Zimbabwe is blessed with strong women who keep showing us that like Queen B rightly said, girls really do run the world. You know we live to celebrate these Divas that keep their grace game strong! From working as a somatologist to becoming a well known presenter, speaker and influencer, Rebecca Muchenje, Becky K to the world, says, and it’s clear to see, that God had a hand in every phase of her journey. Read more about this queen who aims to help raise generations of confident women.
The name is changing to Becky K, but the Miss Becky vibe is not dying. I’m honoured to be called a powerhouse, I owe it all to God. I’m always aiming to give the best version of me at every job im called for.
Thank you so much, that was like the highlight of my year. With the pandemic threatening to end all humanity, we found favor. My heart found its heartbeat. Ours is not just a blended family, it’s a blessed blended family. Not without conflict, but we fix what we can and what we can’t Jesu idombo (Jesus is the Rock). The kids love each other and as the parents we are so in love with each one of them. We have two girls and two boys.
I studied Somatology not by choice but by chance and I loved the industry. I felt at home there and I saw myself owning a health and wellness complex. Yes, it was that deep. Media literally came and smacked me in the face and now I don’t see myself doing anything else. So with both, I believe God had a hand. Every phase is necessary.
I don’t like answering this question because I will answer it today and tomorrow it’ll probably be something different. So let me put it like this: My goal is to transform lives.I’m inspired by my children (all four of them), Bonang, Pastor Pushie and Sarah Jakes.
No-one is going to do it for you so stop procrastinating and making excuses. Start now; make that call, the worst answer you can get is NO and you build from that. No more pity parties.
KNB is one of my portfolio careers I am falling in love with. It’s a smart casual clothing brand started by friends and we are loving the experience, including the tears. *Laughs. I don’t know why we don’t talk about the tears in business.
I’m passionate about helping where I can, to raise generations of confident women.
Peace of mind.
I love taking long baths and soaking till I’m a prune. I also love coffee and sleeping.
Love life. Take care of your health. There are always opportunities in every situation and your job is to find them. Prayer is important!
A show called FOUR 25 taken from Prov 4:25. I share some of my life experiences and the lessons drawn from them. I am really excited about this one.
The woman who didn’t hold back.
By: Nyaradzo Ngoma