- Gorgeous actress Linda Mtoba is known to always bring it for the Durban July and this year was no different
- Although the event was held virtually this year due to lockdown restrictions necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, Linda still came through for the socials
- The star rocked a mask and gloves decorated with a bevy of butterflies and looked absolutely flawless
Linda Mtoba brought the house down with her image and video showcase for the Durban July. The stunner rocked a black mask and gloves decorated with extremely life-like butterflies.
Linda completed the look with a blonde braids that were done up in a bun. Of course, that eye make-up had to be on point as her eyes were the only part of her face we could see.
The River actress wrote, "This year's Durban July was a little different, (what with) not being able to be at the races and strut our stuff. We were able to create and have fun nonetheless. I love the creation and conceptualising part of it all."
Linda wasn't the only lovely lady who decided to adorn her mask with butterflies for the virtual event.
Nokuzotha Ntuli decided to opt for a gorgeous bright blue shade for her mask and butterfly design. She completmented the look with a baby blue formal dress that showed off a bit of cleavage.
Diva Cadash totally killed it in pink. A finger waves weave and dramatic pink eye make-up completed the fabulous look.
Linda has a lot to celebrate after she and her daughter, Bean, bagged an endorsement deal with Huggies SA two months ago.
Linda was thrilled to announce that billboards of her and Bean are being erected all over Mzansi.
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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