I don't accept my disability
I just embrace it
Number of people I will climb Kilimanjaro with.
Pairs of shoes I will collect and donate.
Number of people I will go on a Cape to Cairo Confidence Drive with.
Employment opportunities I will create.
some of my thoughts
Watch my TEDX talk
“The world does not go out of its way to accommodate the disabled,” says Masingita Masunga. “You have to get used to that and just take on the everyday challenges.” That she was born with Cerebral Palsy – the tragic consequence of a lack of oxygen during her birth at a clinic in rural Limpopo, South Africa – is completely incidental, to Masingita at least. She presents her own TV show, manages her own media company, and is a regular speaker at schools, churches and conferences. For 10 years, she was the CEO of Miss Confidence, a beauty pageant for people with physical disabilities.
- Excerpt from TEDxJohannesburg
Earlier this year, on my 39th birthday, I launched my 40440 Campaign, representing my commitment to undertake 40 worthy initiatives for my 40th year. Please click through on the link below. Choose an initiative and join me as I realise my own dream of contributing to the building and healing of our beautiful continent of Africa.
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