- Actress Fundi Zwane, who has captured the hearts of South African audiences with her unforgettable acting talents over the years, has dropped her debut fragrance
- The 35-year-old Port Shepstone-born actress and producer's perfume range has been in the making for the past few months is called Camagu
- Fundi is best known for her role on e.tv's Imbewu: The Seed
Imbewu: The Seed actress, Fundi Zwane, has made one of her dreams come true and launched her own perfume range. The star's range is called Camagu and caters to both men and women.
Fundi said her female perfume, Camagu Femme, targets the quintessential confident woman who is in love with the journey of her life and enjoys self-discovery.
She said, “It's for the go-getter whose scent says millions about her.”
Camagu Oud, which is designed for both men and women, allows its wearers to tap into their innermost powerful masculine or feminine energy.
Fundi described it as "a powerful scent that speaks to a man or woman who enjoys being in their skin and who allows the scent to speak confidently for them.”
Fundi shared some wise words of advice to women wanting to venture into entrepreneurship in South Africa.
She said, "Bravery, audacity, innovation and calculated risk are the DNA of any great business. Collaboration with other businesses that have similar visions can be the game changer for any growing business."
Another star who has launched her own perfume range is none other than Zodwa Wabantu. Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa launched the range, to much fanfare, in December last year.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long.
The star opened up to fans that his absence for just a few days gave her so much separation anxiety that she's started following him around everywhere he goes now that he's back. The attachment issues are real.
Fans could totally relate as most people have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to.
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