JOHANNESBURG - Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida on Wednesday dispatched her eagerly awaited first youngsters' book. It isn't just intended to engage and extend youngsters' minds yet - all the more critically - show kids tormenting.
Named Shudu Finds her Magic, Musida, recounts the account of her childhood as an awesome and active young lady in a little town named Ha-Vhangani in Limpopo.
She is encircled by a caring more distant family. Things for the young lady, in any case, get ugly when her mom finds another line of work and they move to Mpumalanga. At her new school, Shudu is harassed by her schoolmates.
Shudu Finds Her Magic is accessible in Afrikaans (Shudu Vind Haar Sprankel), English (Shudu Finds Her Magic), Sesotho (Shudu O Sibolla Boikgetho ba hae), Venda (Shudu u wana Vhuṱolo Hawe), isiXhosa (uShudu u Fumanisa ukuba UnoMlingo) and isiZulu (uShudu Uthola Umlingo Wakhe).
"The one exercise I learned is that when something awful is going on to you, address a grown-up that you trust about it. This could be a parent, a relative, an educator or a senior. Recollect that being harassed isn't your shortcoming. There isn't anything amiss with you. No one ought to need to go through what I went through," said 25-year-old Musida through a public statement on Wednesday.
At R95, each book sold will guarantee one is given toward the South African Depression and Anxiety Group to help kids who are casualties of harassment.
You can buy the book online at the accompanying destinations:
- Exclusive Books
Miss SA Shudu's new book is here. For every copy sold, Sadag will be donated one (msn.com)
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