The book was co-authored by musician Kabomo and it reveals a lot about Unathi’s life.
The idols SA judge had a launch session with fans, friends and well wishers and also shared snaps taken on Instagram.
Her friend, Minnie Dlamini celebrated her new achievement on Instagram, saying:
“Today you launch your memoir, a story I can’t wait to read to piece together the many beautiful memories you describe of your childhood that took you [to] countries African people couldn’t imagine.”
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My parents called and sang happy birthday to me first thing this morning. A beautiful duet they planned with harmonies and all😂 The conversation went south soon after my applause: Dad: my child tell your mom I’m a better singer Me: Hah Dad Mom: Baby we all know that nothing can surpass my sweet soprano Dad: Pick a side mntanam. Tell the truth like you do on Idols and break it to her kindly like you do with the kids Mom: Eshe Me: Allow me to plead the fifth Bazali on behalf of the treaty formed between the Nkayi’s and the Mjuleni’s, in respect of AmaThunzi namaNtande🙏🏾 Iss’ma birthday and I’m so grateful for this day and all that it means. Happy birthday to you too. I know I share a bday with so many of you. This image was taken by the phenomenal @nickboultonsa as one of the options for the cover of my memoir. Styled by the incomparable @pieter.serton Make up by the woman who knows my features BEST @swartlindsey and my hair by outstanding Punathi @_unathintakana