Thapelo Mokoena: Is this how James Bond might look if he were South African?

Thapelo Mokoena: Is this how James Bond might look if he were South African?

Thapelo Mokoena might have been first brought into the public view by presenting the first season of the South African version of the reality competition Fear Factor in 2005, but in the 13 years since has become known for so much more including cutting a fine figure in a beautifully tailored suit

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Can you imagine it? A hunky black man walks up to you to introduce himself, and you can tell just from the way he wears his clothes that he is more than the sum of his parts.

Thapelo Mokoena is what we at imagine the fictional character, James Bond, would look like if he were from South Africa.

He is able to pull off a wide variety of looks, but always manages to stamp his own personality on to whatever he sports.

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We went through the interwebs to check out some of the great looks he has shown us over the years.

From crisp high fashion, to traditional wear, to casual, to the most beautifully tailored suits, this man is a very good walking advertisement for anything clothing he chooses to wear.

Here are some of our favourites from his social media showing that he can rock a suit with the best of them.

Any of course, he looks right at home in more traditional attire as evidenced by these pictures with his family.

But even in casual or sports gear, this man looks sharper than a finely honed blade.

Perhaps he is actually a secret agent man. On thing's sure, this slay king is licensed to thrill.

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