Our Fourth magazine issue titles “Ikigai” which is japanese for one’s reason for being, which in principle is the convergence of one’s personal passions, beliefs, values, and vocation.
|Ee-Kee-Gahy|(n) Japanese one’s reason for being, which in principle is the convergence of one’s personal passions, beliefs, values, and vocation, This issue focuses on the film industry and the art of acting and directing.
In this Issue we feature actresses Khanya Greens and Sibusisiwe Kondleka as they speak to us about their journey in the Film industry as well as what keeps them focused in passion .
“Preparation is key - you need to be prepared mentally, physically and emotionally for every role that you take on. Treat everyone with respect because they all play a part in the end product. Lastly, treat every performance like it’s your last - give it your all!”
Daring, talented, beautiful and inspiring are just some of the words to use when describing Sibusisiwe Kondleka and interviewing her was nothing short of a delight.
Khanya Greens a Johannesburg born and raised, showered with many talents including acting, song writing, singing, poetry and a voice artist.