This week one woman's flex backfired as people questioned her cooking skills and Sho Madjozi revealed her majestic natural 'fro. Briefly.co.za explores the top stories from this past week.
South Africans are wrapping up what will hopefully be our last weekend under strict lockdown conditions.
Briefly.co.za explores the stories that served Mzansi flames this week.
Last week, a woman, Nikki Rosa, showed off the dinner she had cooked herself. She revealed she made the chicken dish just like her grandmother.
The photo shows pieces of chicken and veggies in a sauce - however, Mzansi was quick to point out everything is purple.
She captioned the post:
"I cook just like my granny."
Take a look at the post below:
Sho Madjozi is a sister of many talents and one of them is braiding her own hair. The John Cena hit-maker showed off her braiding skills when she braided her own hair on a TikTok video. A fan asked,
"No like who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Did you learn to braid like this? Sis got so many talents, she ain't never going broke."
Sho responded, "Lol. Our nanny, when I was seven or eight, was this woman from Nobody ko (in) Limpopo. She used to make me braid HER hair while mine looked a mess."
Sho managed to give fans a peek of her own rarely seen natural hair during the TikTok video. Sis has a luxurious shoulder-length 'fro that we'd definitely love to see more often.
A video of a woman, believed to the Wololo hitmaker, has been trending on social media since it first emerged at the weekend.
She speaks to the police officer through the gate but as she tries to explain to him that a number of people were working inside, as "it's our living", her 'English bundle' runs out.
She then admits that English has failed her. The video has gone viral and Mzansi peeps are divided over what happened to Babes.
Some people have been trolling her while others are defending her. @LTlomatsana wrote: "And then English decided to isolate itself from Babes Wodumo."
A social media user who goes by the handle @NdivhuweniM flexed on Twitter flexed over his house he built. He shared some advice with the rest of Mzansi:
"Rule no. 1: Build a house at home first (Limpopo) before buying a house in the suburbs"
He is seen in the post standing in front of an impressive house, the pride etched on his features.
A picture of a man with a striking resemblance to late TV star Akhumzi Jezile has left South Africans amused since it emerged on social media at the weekend.
Akhumzi passed away in a car accident outside Queenstown in the Eastern Cape in April 2018. A picture of his look-alike has been trending on social media since it was taken during a live crossing on Mzansi's news channel, eNCA.
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