- Nandi Madida is on a winning streak and isn't letting the extended lockdown or coronavirus pandemic slow her down
- Not only is Nandi up for two South African Music Awards, she also has a new coming up called Africa Modern
- Nandi's husband, Zakes Bantwini, is also doing big things as the star is on his way to Harvard University in Boston to complete a qualification
Nandi Madida is a true inspiration for her dedication to securing the bag. The presenter, singer and entrepreneur recently took to social media to thank her fans for all the support she's received in her career.
She has just announced to her fans and followers on social media that she bagged yet another TV show. Nandi will present Africa Modern, which will air on The Home Channel. Africa Modern, will be all things arts and lifestyle, something close to Nandi’s heart.
If securing the bag was a person, it would definitely be Nandi. Together with rapper KO, Nandi recently got nominated for two SAMAs for the Say You Will single. On top of that, Nandi features in Black is King by Beyoncé, which will drop on the 31 July.
Nandi took to Twitter to say, “Thank you! I do not take the love for granted. Nominated for two SAMAs, new TV Show Africa Modern on the Home Channel, as well as Black is King dropping 31 July 2020. I am forever grateful to God and to you guys as well. Thank you."
Although Black Is King was meant to be an exclusive Disney+ production, South Africans will be able to catch it on M-Net.
This will be a chance for Mzansi viewers to watch and support all the awesome Mzansi stars who feature on the production, including John Kani and Connie Chiume.
In other news, Briefly.co.za Sjava left social media users in complete disbelief after he shared two throwback photos. He claimed they were from when he was younger.
Many are still reeling from seeing a fresh-faced and beardless Sjava. Sjava posted the two photos on Twitter and Instagram and they immediately trended.
The musician did not seem to realise the fuss he had caused with the post. In the Insta post, he claimed the pictures were from 2008.
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