“At some point, we had to learn that we have to make our lives count, to work on leaving a legacy that will help when we are gone.” Morongwa Nesly Maifo
The CEO of Club Readership, founder of Vintage Klozet, leadership of Faculty of Best Advisory and a strategist of note in the form of Morongwa Maifo is not only well quoted when she articulated that, “At some point we had to learn that we have to make our lives count, to work on leaving a legacy that will help when we are gone.” She is, but not limited to, a true manifestation of what it means to strive to leave a legacy that will impact the human race for eternity.
“Without the influence, temperate attitude and hard work contributed by Morongwa to Club Readership, I don’t think we would have made it this far. There are times I wanted to give up but she remained the beacon of hope…” Says Sibusiso Gama, President of Club Readership.
In July 2018, Morongwa jets to the Netherlands, Amsterdam. Club Readership and Faculty of Best Advisory leaders escorted Morongwa to the OR. Tambo International airport as she was about to board, they were ecstatic, singing” Phakama we Morongwa Ixesha lifikile, unity we Morongwa”. In less than no time we saw Morongwa taking to the streets and flying the South African flag high.
‘Today I enter into limitless variations of self-expression with the divine spirit projects into my experiences. Knowing that all experience is a play of life upon itself, the blossoming of love into self-expression. Today is my day. I let it live within me ‘ -The things called you, Ernest Holmes
She quotes this excerpt as she was engaging with books and fulfilling the mandate of Club Readership which is to promote the culture of reading.
Stay tuned, we will share more and more of the journey of our leadership as we go.