One of South Africa's best known and most well-loved news anchors, Iman Rappetti sat down with Eusebius McKaiser to talk about her memoir 'Becoming Iman'.
Rappetti reflects on aspects of her life - including her religious journey, recounting the moment she converted to Islam and how she set out to carve her own identity.
I feel like religion has colonised the word faith. I do have faith, I just have faith in other things.— Iman Rappetti, Broadcast journalist and author
I come from a massive happy clapper, spirit filled family and I had played my role as a youth leader saving souls at Durban's beach front....the expectation was some day I would become a pastor and so when I became Muslim which was a world that was so alien to my family, it was incredibly emotional and hard for my family to accept.— Iman Rappetti, Broadcast journalist and author
I tried to tell the truth as I understood it and as I experienced it.— Iman Rappetti, Broadcast journalist and author
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