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Celebs That Studied Courses Not So Relevant To Media But Ended Up In The Industry.

Celebs that studied courses not so relevant to media, but ended up in the industry.


The media industry is not a stable career as such, and we’d like to think that these celebrities have secured a back-up plan by having qualifications outside of the industry.

Kay Tatyana Selisho

Actress and TV host is fully pursuing the media industry and has climbed her way up in the industry, and having recently launched her slimming tablets she is adding entrepreneur to her list, we surely didn’t see that coming, another thing that we found to be unpredictable was to find that Boity had studied Psychology and Criminology at Monash.


Real Goboza host Sinazo Yolwa has more up her sleeve than what meets the eye, having said that she would love to work behind the scenes more and own her own production company, Sinazo has a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in Accounting from the University of Cape Town.


Although Skeem Saam’s Zamokuhle Seakamela, real name Clement Maosa has an LLB degree from the University of Limpopo he is now still pursuing media and breaking barriers as an actor.


Former Miss SA teen Celeste Khumalo has been thriving as an actress n Mzansi Magic's The Queen, however she has both beauty and brains, having owned a beauty salon called Republic Nails and shut it down after three years of business, she hopes to venture into other business ventures and surely that must come from having a Corporate Communication Degree from Varsity College.


L-tido is not just your everyday kind of rapper, he is also a graduate with a B-Com degree in Marketing and surely with all the work he does in the hip hop business somehow this qualification must come in handy.

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