BOAF Inducts Ms. Tsakani Matavele to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light
“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future [BOAF], it is my pleasure to welcome Ms. Tsakani Matavele [BOAF00400] to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light [POL] being a community of individuals who are exhibit excellence in their professional and business endeavours,” said Ms. Nattaley Otto, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM [www.the1873fm.com] and The 1873 Network [www.the1873network.org.]
Born and raised in Pretoria the Ceo of cherry Star Films, Ms. Tsakani Matavele is a Scriptwriter and Director amongst other roles which make her an “all-rounder” in the film industry derived from her passion for storytelling. She started her company as a solopreneur and has successfully been running her business for 5 years.
“Banking on Africa’s Future, it’s all about connections, one thing I’ve learnt that you need to be connected with someone to get to the next level. You have to know someone. Recruit more artists, artists are not taken serious, I would love to see more people from the creative space become a part of BOAF” said Ms. Tsakani Matavele.
“Creativity is just connecting things, when you are creative people how they did something, they feel guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while.” said Steve Jobs about creativity.