Tshiamo a character on Gomora played by Lerato Makola, is a high school teenager. She is the granddaughter of Mam Sonto and Sbonga and Pretty's love child. Tshiamo has her mother's character she's a good person and just loves people. She always sees the good in people.
However Tshiamo has always had self esteem issues. Being a teenager comes with a lot of pressure from peers, it's a stage where young people experience a lot of changes. It becomes a problem when you don't know how to handle this changes.
This is what Tshiamo spoke about on the pageant in the Q&A session. A lot of young girls could relate because it is their everyday struggle. Miss Gomora emphasized on parents building their children's confidence, reminding them once and again they are beautiful strong and smart. There's a saying that said" charity begins at home" and that's what the speech was about building our young girls at home so they won't fall prey to people who have bad intentions.
Here's the thing though, as much as your parents may tell you you're beautiful it is for you to believe you are. It would make no difference if you weren't to believe. It all starts with you. Congratulations to Tshiamo she deserves it. Well done to the creators of the show.
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