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Ramalekana Thomas Ishmael is well known as Mr Speaker due to the impact and the effectiveness of his talks during public meetings, church assemblies, talk shows and motivational talks. He was born at a place called Ga-Femane, Bolobedu. He is the first-born son of Mosibudi Selinah Ramalekana (his mother).
He is the founder and CEO of the danger of giving up initiatives online ministry.He is the author of the danger of giving up book which is now a best seller. He is known as a Virus a of change. The number 1 African Motivational speaking dynamite.He is blessed with a son called Perseverance Ramalekana.
He appeared in two different newspapers and websites in the United States of America with the help of his Mentor Teresa Hayes. In South Africa he has written several articles that are featured in community newspaper as their columnist. He appeared in more than 18 Newspapers across South Africa. He was interviewed more than 20 times in radios station including Thobela FM and munghana lonene motivating youth using a chapter from his first book called Passing Grade 12 without visiting a Sangoma
He is not just an author but an academic as well; he submitted his thesis with the University of Pretoria .He is a brand of note on social media where he motivates people from across the globe. His mission has always being to transform caterpillars into becoming butterflies. The revolution of Mr Speaker began while he was the deputy chairperson of the Academic Desk at the University of Venda. His first speech in a mass meeting resulted in many students being highly revolutionised and inspired by the way he spoke. His intellect draws many young people to him, and he is an icon of reference.
I believe in God, and am a member of the Assemblies of God fellowship. I worship God in a place called Ga-Femane (Tzaneen) under the leadership of Pastor Isaac Ramahlo, my spiritual father. Due to work commitments, I am currently under the leadership of Pastor Solly Mnisi of True life Ministries at Thabazimbi.