Former principal launches books

2016-03-25 06:00
Liziwe Ntshengulana with one of her soon-to-be launched ‘The World Upside Down’ book. Photo: siphelele nketo

Liziwe Ntshengulana with one of her soon-to-be launched ‘The World Upside Down’ book. Photo: siphelele nketo

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DREAMS came true for Liziwe Ntshengulana (55), who wrote two books to inspire and educate people.

Ntshengulana will launch the first book - The World Upside Down, completed in 2013, and Women, Now is the Time, completed in 2014, on 2 April.

Ntshengulana is from Matatiele­ and was a teacher at many schools in Ntabankulu, Eastern Cape.

“I started writing after observing people losing the purpose God created them for. People don’t focus on what they came into this world for. It upsets me to see people not serving others well because they occupy positions that they have no business occupying.

“I wrote these books so people can see they need the world to change. We must go back to our God-given purpose and ask ourselves why we are on this Earth and what passion should be driving us.”

Ntshengulana started teaching in 1981, at some time in her career became a principal. In July last year she resigned as an education developmental officer in the Maluti district, and is now a life coach assisting people to find their reason for being.

“I help people to change so they can change their businesses and relationships. I am also an inspirational speaker who speaks to the core of people so they can remember who they are. The response I get is that change is positive because the message I bring is humbling,” said Ntshengulana.

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