About the Nthepo Ranape
Nthepo has extensive experience in Marketing and Event Management. She was part of the team that managed an international Anglican Church conference, which took place in February 2007 over a period of five days with over 400 delegates from all over the world.
Nthepo also played an important role in the installation of Mandela into chieftaincy event, the Transnet annual results and launching of SAA's Africa Freighters. She has worked as the Marketing Officer for Africa and Middle East at SAA Cargo and worked on Product Development for the division. She organized and managed the annual General Sales Agents conference with delegations from Africa and Middle East.
She also coordinated road shows for BKS, the engineering company, responsible for infrastructure development for the 2010 stadia. Nthepo holds a National Diploma in Public Relations, Public Relations Practice from PRISA and is currently studying towards Honours in Communications.
About the eBook
21 Days of Hell
Nthepo was born in the Apartheid era, in Soweto, South Africa. Raised in a religious home by her preacher grandmother, Nthepo had all the makings for success. Intelligent, sweet and beautiful, the young girl had a bright future ahead. Steeped in rich African culture and spiritualism, Nthepo was no stranger to supernatural occurrences, even at a young age. After all, she had a calling to fulfill and until she accepted the calling of her ancestors, life would be fraught with tragedy.
Nobody knew about Nthepo's calling and when unfortunate events derailed her carefully laid plans time and again, she had to fight through them, often alone. Her ongoing struggle with headaches and visions only made matters worse, but no doctor or traditional healer could find a cause, nor a long-term cure. Nthepo was strong. She fought with everything in her, through many life-threatening events, and the losses of loved ones who were pillars of strength to her. She tasted immense success, too, thanks to her undeniable survival instincts.
Love, loss, fear, success, betrayal, hope, and disappointment were the only constants in Nthepo's life. It all culminated into the final 21 Days of Hell, which saw Nthepo brought to her knees. Travel this journey with her as Nthepo chronicles her immense life-story of hope and let her inspire you with her words of wisdom.