BOOK REVIEW | I Keep Learning – A memoir


By Unathi

Unathi takes us through some of the most memorable and career defining moments of her life. The book is a journey of the start of her career, marriage, family, friends and other influential people that she values the most and defines as valuable circles that influenced who she is today.

It is a beautiful story filled with all the ups and downs life has to offer and shows just how resilient and focused she is; having gone through all the battles she has had to encounter, but still being able to rise above the noise.

A memoir

While giving valuable lessons on love and family, she also reveals all about the court cases that were widely publicised and how those cases ended. She also opens up about her divorce from her husband and a lot more. She leaves no stone unturned and this book is a testament that she is ready to tell her story. Yet in all this, she is convinced that she does not know it all – she keeps learning!

The fact that I keep learning brings comfort to me. That I will continue to receive guidance and advice along life’s way is reassuring to me. I have also learnt that I will never stop praying.

– Unathi

Unathi’s story is a testimony of a relentless heart. It is a match stick for every girl, mother, daughter, aunt and grandmother who forgot their fire to look within.

– Kabomo

About the author

Unathi is a multi-talented creative popularly known for her roles as a singer, composer, performer, judge on Idols, radio presenter and television producer. She is a Rhodes University Journalism and Drama graduate, and a University of Utrecht International Media Studies graduate.

Over the years, Unathi has collected a string of accolades that have stamped her as one of the most influential women in entertainment in South Africa. One of her proudest achievements is having her song Sgubhu Sam featured on the Oscar winning movie Tsotsi soundtrack.

Unathi co-owns Mamela TV previously known as Lucky Bean Media which has produced several International Emmy nominated television programmes. Her live music DVD was nominated for Best DVD at the South African Music Awards.

She was the first African to do a voice over a character on Walt Disney Juniors’ Doc Mc Stuffins. She has been frequently voted for in The Star Newspaper’s top ten people in media and named the most promising woman in media at the MTN Media Awards hosted by Media Magazine.

  • PUBLISHER | Sifiso Publishers |
  • ISBN | 978-0-6399982-5-1 |
  • Recommended Retail Price | R280.00 |
  • GENRE | Memoir, Non-fiction |

For more information | Sibusiso | Sifiso Publishers | +27 (0)11 268 6396 | mail me | 




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