- Simphiwe Dana is not just an amazing singer, she is also a gorgeous African woman
- The stunning woman was chosen as the cover girl for the latest edition of Bona Magazine and looked fantastic
- She shone in black and white and showed fans what ageless beauty looks like
Award-winning musician Simphiwe Dana recently radiated with beauty on the cover of a magazine.
She was selected to grace the first page of Bona magazine that was printed in black and white.
This artistic decision also showed off Simphiwe's ageless and stunning beauty.
The singer showed off the cover to her fans on social media and (of course) was flooded with praise and compliments.
Here's what some peeps had to say:
"Her Majesty, we bow."
"What a beautiful cover."
"BEAUTIFUL cover. #Legend"
"This is so beautiful big sister. Keep shining because your light is for us all too."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Simphiwe Dana has taken a positive approach to the coronavirus self-quarantining. Use this time wisely! The coronavirus has many people all over the globe cooped up in their homes in fits of fear and panic.
Simphiwe decided to find the silver lining in this time of horror and advice people on how this low-key period can be used to make smart moves.
The Mzansi songstress and activist came across a post in which someone had preached positivity, letting the world know that "mathematician Theodore Kaczynski completed more than 16 successful technical projects and wrote a 35,000-word essay that was published in the New York Times" while in quarantine.
It was from this post that Simphiwe found the motivation to spread positivity, urging others to use their time wisely.
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