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Lerato Zah Moloi’s Son Prince Mashawana Breaks A Tedx Talk World Record

Lerato Zah Moloi’s Son Prince Mashawana Breaks A Tedx Talk World Record. Growing up we all had superheroes we looked up to. Most of them are fictional like Superman, Super Hero Girls, Batwoman, Batgirl, Batman and so forth. But did you know that we also have our very own superhero here in South Africa? For the past couple of years, SuperMash has been taking the country by storm, and is not about to stop anytime soon.

This superhero is one other than Prince Mashawana, the son of actress Lerato Zah Moloi and prominent businessman Collen Mashawana. Prince launched his character to the world back in November 2019 with a comic book, supported by merchandise including T-Shirts, caps, lunch boxes and bags. SuperMash is posed with the most common challenges and draws inspiration in how those challenges can be overcome. The storylines focuses on challenging issues facing youngsters, such as adapting to new living environments, learning how to read and write as well as self-confidence issues.

One of the most touching this he has done was collecting tons of food parcels destined for needy children affected by Covid-19. After doing all these great things help young kids face some of life’s biggest challenges, Prince, is now taking over the world. The superhero and author, has been selected as one of the distinguished speakers at the upcoming TEDxSandton event. This makes him the youngest person to ever do a Tedx Talk, now how cool is that!

“The youngest in the world to ever do a Tedx Talk,” Prince gushed.

TEDxSandton event is billed for April 2021, where Prince, will tackle the topic: “Can children change the world?” Looking at everything he has achieved at such a tender age, we cannot wait to see Prince tackle this interesting topic. The inspirational youngster joins other SA celebs who have given Tedx Talks like, celebrated designer, Laduma Ngxokolo, award winning musician Thandiswa Mazwai as well as celebrity chef and TV personality Lorna Maseko.

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