Media entrepreneur Basetsana Kumalo has an exemplary career spanning over 20 years. From her start as Miss South Africa in 1994, growing into her role as a TV presenter then TV producer, to having her fingers in almost every pie, she has many lessons to share. In this conversation with Gareth, she speaks candidly about being a child of the ’70s and the teachings that came with it, and how much the title of Miss South Africa in the iconic year of 1994 meant to her and her loved ones. Listen to how she feels she’s opened up a new paradigm of black excellence, and why focusing on her vision and goals in life is what has led to her success today. On a personal note, find out how her husband Romeo and children have inspired her to now also have political aspirations to change more families for the better.