Nonku Williams Mother To Release Her Own Book

The Queen is doing big things in 2023 and we love to see it

By  | Jan 25, 2023, 09:28 PM  | Top of the

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The mother of reality TV star Nonku Williams' mother is adding another feather to her cap, by releasing a new book. The exciting news was revealed by her daughter who took to her Instagram account to give her fans a glimpse of the memoir penned by her mother, who affectionately calls herself 'The Queen.'

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The book is titled 'Worst Thing' and it is set to be launched on Thursday 26 January. The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD0 star has revealed that the book is selling for R150 per copy.
 
Nonku revealed that she is proud of her mom because she is finally getting to tell her story. "So proud of my “Mom Queen” on trusting God with her life story to write, and publish her book "Is this the worst thing that can happen to you?” Book launch happening on Thursday 26th…for only R150 get your copy and your life will never be the same," she captioned the post.

Fans took to the comments section to congratulate The Queen on her new book.

Another star who is set to release another book is seasoned actress Vatiswa Ndara. Her book is titled Unfiltered by Vatiswa Viola Ndara, and speaking to  Zimoja Lezinto she said it is going to stir up controversy.

The actress said she was aware that there were people who would be against the book but she was ready to speak her truth. “I know there are people who will not be happy with what I have shared in the book, but it needs to be done. After three years of being unemployed due to being vocal, I have moved past thinking about money and income. Now, it’s about sharing my story.”

“I have taken quite a challenging step and dared to write this book. I am sure, you are as both as shocked as I am to put pen to paper and document my journey. But I also know how proud you are of me. This book is also dedicated to those whose hard work and dedication are never shown any appreciation, instead met with resistance and hostility mostly by those who benefit from it," she told the publication. 

The actress believes she has been blacklisted by the industry for speaking out about the exploitation that actors experience behind the scenes.

She added: “I will not stop telling my story and my truth. The industry spat me out a long time ago. I don’t want to tell you about the time I had nothing. But I've been living by the grace of God. I am here and will tell my story.” said Vatiswa Ndara

Image Cred: Instagram @nonkuwilliams
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