Veteran sports presenter and host Robert Marawa had his memoir launched with plenty of celebs and football legends present.
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Robert Marawa had his book launched at the Houghton Hotel in Johannesburg last night with elite guests including Teko Modise and Doctor Khumalo in attendance.
Marawa worked on his memoir Gqimm Shelele with author and journalist Mandy Wiener and has been in stores since the end of October.
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Modise stole the show by styling in a slick suit and posted his arrival on Instagram.
Teko Modise & Doctor Khumalo at the book launch
Gathered at the Houghton Hotel, celebs such as Pearl Thusi, Sello Maake Ka Ncube, Doctor Khumalo, Steve Komphela, Teko Modise and others showed love to Marawa who launched his memoir last night.
Modise styled in a suave black suit from his trusted bespoke tailor Relevance For Men, and arrived in style at the event.
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Doctor Khumalo, who's doccie-series debuted on Mzansi Magic over a month ago, was also spotted at the event to support Marawa.
Doc was seen on multi-disciplinary artist Kay Kay Ribane's IG story, where he appears to be sharing words with the production team covering the event.
Written by The Whistle Blowers author Mandy Wiener, Marawa's memoir shares his broadcasting journey from hosting World Cup games, interviewing presidents to controversial firings, and suspensions.
It also covers his upbringing in Nkandla in KwaZulu Natal and his scholastic background at Hilton College.
Priced at R348 at Exclusive books, and published by Pan Macmillan, the book is named after Marawa's signature sign-off phrase "Gqimm Shelele" which has been heard on his ventures with Metro FM, SABC Sports and SuperSport among other shows he's been part of.
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