#2015MustFall 702 Presenters reflect on the year

Azania Mosaka reflects on a year of 'adulting'

Azania Mosaka reflects on joining Primedia in 2015 and exploring new fashion designers on her show. She looks forward to spending time with her children and getting away from Joburg for a bit.

A lesson I am taking from this year is: 'you must just push forward'. No matter how tired you are, you must just push forward. I've learnt a lot about running a business, employing people. And getting through challenges, where you just want to say, 'No more, I give up.' You can't. We're adulting and you just have to forge ahead and carry on.

Azania Mosaka, 702 presenter

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