- The cold front has hit Mzansi and its taking no prisoners
- Temperatures dropped this morning and Mzansi celebrities took to social media to let the world know that they were freezing
- Many of them encouraged their followers to dress accordingly and stay warm
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Winter is here and everyone is feeling the chill. Mzansi celebs have taken to social media to share how they are staying warm in these freezing times.
True to form, Somizi took to his Twitter page to show off his fabulous winter wardrobe. He posted some fashion-forward snaps captioned:
"Let's deal with this weather wardrobeatiatacially happy Friday"
This time, his outfit was an absolute win. Social media users loved it and made sure to compliment him. Twitter user Tillytiny1 said:
"Love your jacket"
"You are just unhateableblicially"
"Fry us somizi we are your eggs"
Khanyi Mbau was also feeling the chill of the cold front and took to her Twitter page to encourage her followers to dress warmly:
"Dress warmly coz YOH... morning"
Our girl B is also not immune to the cold and took to social media to let it be known that she also found the weather to be quiet personal this morning. She said:
Some social media users said that they couldn't be warm because they were single and in deed of cuddles. Eish.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bonang Matheba may be the next president of South Africa. The media personality has taken to social media to hint that leading Mzansi may be on the cards for her. This comes after the Constitutional Court ruled that an independent candidate may run for elections. South Africans have had mixed reactions to the ruling and one particularly interesting reaction came from Bonang Matheba. The media mogul said that she would consider standing for presidency when a tweep suggested that she should.
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