On Air Personality
Bathandwa Kwatsha well known as Mam K is a mother of 4 beautiful children, married to the most loving and supportive husband. She received her calling at the age of 18 and started ministering at 19. She is, amongst many things a counselor, an Apostle ministering at Bisho Community Church. She also hosts retreats, workshops, camps, team buildings and conferences for the body of Christ through her NPO - "Beloved gathering"
She founded the Eastern Cape Royal Kids Camp – for abused and neglected children. One of her highlights was when in 2011, she played part in the inception of the Ilima Project which hosted Eastern Cape Grade 12 camps. She is also one of the people that put together “children’s charter” in 1992 to 1993. In the journey of being the Chairperson of the Children’s Council, Port Elizabeth Region, she had the opportunity to meet Former Presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki
What do you value most?
Life. It does not matter what happens in this world. I value the fact that I have been given an opportunity to live. I therefore honor and respect every human being because they are here to fulfill a certain assignments. Each person’s life is valuable for they are here to bring answers one way or the other.
What do you find inspirational?
Someone who is passionate about what they do, no matter the sphere of influence, I get inspired when one uses their gift and are passionately using it.
What are your long term goals and dreams?
To be known as someone who lived a life pleasing to God. Someone who lived life to its fullness. To be the number 1 role model of my own children. Run camps, conferences, retreats and church services that are destiny altering. Bringing hope to my generation and those to come. To be a balanced radio and TV presenter.
What would you do with your life if you had no restrictions?
I would feed the poor. I would take the less fortunate children through school. I would have a school of arts and sport. I would have art centers all over the country. I would disciple the nations every day through Radio and television pouring myself to the next generation through books.
How would you like to be remembered?
As a faithful, humble servant of god, who walked in a manner worthy of the lord, pleasing to my master in all respects. As one who was indeed called and by God! The one who loved everyone as the creation God.