Hello There

Welcome to Ke Kgoshigadi.

We are a fashion and lifestyle blog primarily for women.

The blog was started by Kgadi Rangata also known as Ms Kgadi. She is a fashion designer and blogger, voice over artist, event MC and digital strategist. One of her latest achievements is making it to the top 20 on 5FM’s #5Squad competition.

After years of going places and experiencing breathing taking moments and events, she decided to create a space where she can give her interpretation of lifestyle. She writes about fashion and travels, and recently added opinion pieces and interesting digital features.

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Pic: SA Fashion Week

Brief History

Kgadi established a name in the fashion industry as #ThatFashionAngel. She worked behind the scenes at most fashion weeks and started my own label straight after completing my Bachelors Degree in Fashion Design and Technology in 2011. She realized that there’s more to fashion than meets the eye and ventured into media.

In 2014, she fell in love with radio and hosted the Urban Chart Show on Ekurhuleni’s Kasie FM while she completed her media studies. She obtained a Diploma in Media Relations; Public Relations and graduated  top of her class, achieving the performing PR student and overall best Diploma Student award at Boston Media House. She was also nominated as for Best Student Campaign at the PRISM Awards 2016 for her final year portfolio.

After completing her studies, she worked at an advertising company as a digital campaign manager from 2016 – 2019 and recently appointed as a digital strategist for a group holding in Johannesburg.

Her social media presence is mostly on Twitter with over 7 000 followers and Instagram with a growing number of over 1 000 followers.

Ke Kgoshigadi will document all her experiences and share tricks and tips on the digital world. We are open to collaborations; events, launches and shoots.The vision is to turn the blog into a fashion and lifestyle online magazine. 

We hope You enjoy reading the blog as much we enjoy writing.

Remember you’re all that and more,

Ke Kgoshigadi