Jessica Motaung talks about her success despite the lack of opportunities
That big last name can be a blessing or a wall that will block your opportunities, as Jessica feels she has been a victim of it. She spoke about how difficult it was for her to win Miss South Africa, which she felt she deserved. It was a long time ago, but she was able to talk about it now. At the moment, she is the only child of Kaizer to come out on a public platform.
“It was truly a privilege to have a conversation with Jessica Motaung. “She is managed to overcome many challenges on her journey, making her mark in a male-dominated industry, and navigated it all with love and grace,” says Maponyane.
Most children who are from wealthy individuals also have a private lifestyle and are only seen in public engagements that are in line with what they are doing as work or supporting those who are in need.
As for Jessica, it was an emotional moment to be open about that moment; she could have been given the crown as Miss South Africa at that time.
It was truly a privilege to have a conversation with Jessica Motaung. She’s managed to overcome many challenges on her journey, making her mark in a male dominated industry, & navigated it all with love & grace.
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— Maps Maponyane (@MapsMaponyane) November 1, 2022
Her life has been private, and there are only a few things that are known about her, one of them being that she is the marketing director of the Kaizer Chiefs and her marriage.
Maybe she should have been to the rural areas and townships more often, and she would have found something different and interesting to do apart from the usual engagements she has.