College of Law and Management Studies

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting graduate Mr Rotondwa Masindi’s book: A Letter to My Mentee aims to make the transition from high school to tertiary education less daunting.

The self-help book takes the reader on a journey of personal development and offers tools to unlearn bad habits from the past in order to become a better version of themselves. Masindi shares his own experiences in the hope of transforming the lives of those he mentors.

‘I firmly believe that no one wants to struggle with something that someone has gone through before. It is for this reason that I share the lessons I’ve learned on my journey,’ he said.

Masindi added that he hopes that the book will instil hope in those who have given up or are on the verge of giving up on their dreams.

‘I love making an impact that matters and I knew that through this book I could positively impact people’s lives in South Africa and beyond. I wanted to be a beacon of hope to show others that it is possible to live their dreams.’

Currently completing a postgraduate Diploma in Accounting, Masindi is also the chairperson of a community-based non-profit organisation that aims to build unity among the youth from various churches through mentorship.

To purchase the book, contact Masindi on 076 5639 754 or by sending him a message on his social media platforms @rotondwamasindi. It is also available as an eBook on Kindle Amazon store.

Words: Lungile Ngubelanga