The daughter of former premier of Mpumalanga and ANC NEC member, Mathews Phosa, and his businesswoman wife, Pinky, recently launched her leadership memoir, Fuelling Futures - From Influence to Impact, which she co-authored with personal brand philosopher and author Timothy Maurice Webster.
Phosa, who has carved a career in the petroleum industry, says her book is a platform to share her business and work experience, address workplace oppression of women, open conversations and share practical tips on bouncing back from social injustice.
“Fuelling Futures - From Influence to Impact is also a manual for me to speak to young professionals and give them guidelines on how to create business plans and general planning. We offer practical advice to different age groups on how they can work together in harmony,” said Phosa.
As expected of a memoir, the 28-year-old Phosa delves deeper and openly shares her heart-wrenching experiences of being raped by a neighbour when she was six years old, living with depression and attempting to take her life and surviving physical abuse at the hands of a romantic partner.