Selikem Acolatse-Apaloo, was a GTV News anchor and Host of Women’s Voice! Read how she came here!
ALL PICTURES taken from her Facebook page: Selikem Acolatse-Apaloo
GTV put out an advert for news presenters and Seli's boss from Unique FM called her up and said: ‘look this is your big break.’ Her reply was, "I know this place and it is not going to be any different, I am going to face all the criticisms."
But he encouraged her. she went through an English examination, essay writing, multiple choice questions — the toughest recruitment she had ever seen. They had interviews, and audition sessions. They were 100 and something and only 20 were picked out of that number.
Selikem was among the 20, eight were taken to television and the rest were taken to radio as news presenters, newscasters and that is how come she ended up in television. She went on to become a reporter, journalist, producer and even an anchor of her own show dubbed Women's Voices, a gender centered program that brought on leading female executives to share their experiences.
Fast forward, she resigned in 2019 and she is now into private communications consultancy and even more fulfilling is the fact that, she is serving the Lord at her ministry Seli Ministries, which reaches out to various communities with the gospel, prayers and material blessings they can lay their hands on.
ALL PICS FROM HER FACEBOOK PAGE
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