This past week the beauty of our local ladies had us in amazement. A 'pure African beauty' had the world gushing, and Zozibini Tunzi decided to represent South Africa at the Miss World pageant by proudly wearing a doek.
A young woman wowed social media users with her stunning looks. Several photos of the beauty were shared on Twitter by social media user @_thee_boy, who captioned it: "Do you love chocolate?"
The young lady has her own social media account and recently celebrated 100 000 followers.
The former South African president was the picture of happiness as he celebrated the special day with friends and family.
Tobeka gave Mzansi a glimpse into the wedding celebrations by sharing 10 stunning photos on Instagram.
A man shared a touching story which served as a reminder of the beautiful South African spirit. He explained how a black family embraced him ten years ago, even though he's a white man.
The family had a wedding and the man was invited as a special guest and even had the honour of being one of the speakers at the ceremony.
Zozibini Tunzi has done things so differently that she’s made the Miss SA crown shine brighter than it ever has before. Her natural beauty and unapologetic authenticity is everything.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Zozibini’s Miss Universe profile picture headshot hit home hard and reminded the people of Mzansi once again why she took the crown.
Zozibini’s profile shows her wearing a stunning emerald green silk doek with undeniable pride and confidence. The doek is something special not only to the people of Mzansi, but the people of Africa as a whole.
Taking to social media, Zozibini proudly shared that her bio had been uploaded on the Miss Universe website.
Broadcaster, Penny Lebyane, is standing by her statement that black contestants on Idols SA season one, which took place in 2002, were allegedly set up for failure.
According to TshisaLIVE, Penny reflected on when she was a judge for the singing competition that year during an interview on MTV Base’s Behind the Story.
The show’s host, Pearl Thusi referred to reports provided by producers of the singing show at the time saying that Penny had made a “mistake” when she said that black contestants could sing better than white ones but she remains adamant.
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