- Busiswa has been doing something right this winter because the star has seriously never had a more banging body
- Busiswa took to Instagram to wish the EFF a happy birthday and inadvertently showed off her new, slimmer frame
- The house musician also showed support for Babes Wodumo by dancing to a song from Babes' newly-released album
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While most of us are battling to keep added weight away with lockdown and winter combined, Busiswa has somehow managed to miraculously lose weight. Busiswa never announced that she was on a fitness mission, but the results are clear for all to see.
The star rocked a black bodysuit and studded boots to enjoy the sunset. She also had on a pair of fashionable orange-rammed sunglasses.
Busiswa first wished EFF a happy 7th anniversary ...
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... and then she got down to one of Babes Wodumo's songs off her new album, Idandokazi.
Fans definitely noticed the changes in Busiswa's body. Check out a few of their comments below:
"Girl, (I'm) loving the body"
"You look amazing"
Another star to have lost a considerable amount of weight is Natasha Thahane. Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that Natasha had taken up boxing and a rigorous exercise regimen in order to prepare for a new role.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's Jerusalema is a firm favourite in clubs and parties around the world and the latest place for it to make waves is in Switzerland. DJ Black Coffee showed that Jerusalema was requested by club-goers in Arzachena, Sardinia.
The club was positively going wild as the song jammed loudly through the speakers. We're so proud of Master KG for repping Mzansi all across the world.
Black Coffee shouted Master KG out with a picture and reference on social media. Master KG was over the moon and thanked Black Coffee for the recognition.
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