Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard. Whereas hard work is more important than talent as talent will only carry one so far. If one is not willing to put in the work to harvest and cultivate their talent, then the talent itself is essentially useless. A lot of people always make sure that they put so much effort and hard work when it comes talents.
There are so many people who have proved to us that hard work really does pay off when on connection to talent. One of the people who we know to have worked hard towards her talent in the television industry, is Bathabile Mashigo. Bathabile Mashigo is well known for her role on Scandal as Grace Medupe.
The Scandal actress made an appearance on The Queen last night as a shy helper, Gertrude, who might or might not be involved in kidnapping Kagiso's baby, Mvelo. Looks like Mashigo will have her own storyline on The Queen. She has definitely accomplished so much in her career and her career has been absolutely inspiring. What do you think of this remarkable star? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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