- Zakes Bantwini feels like the luckiest man in the world to be married to a woman who makes major moves look easy
- Zakes' wife, Nandi Madida, is one of the Mzansi stars that's featured in Beyonce Knowles' new documentary, Black Is King
- The muso took to social media to share how proud he is of Nandi
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Zakes Bantwini couldn't be prouder of his wife, Nandi Madida, for featuring on Beyonce's latest project. Nandi joins Connie Chiume, John Kani, Moonchild and others in the highly-anticipated documentary film.
A tweep by the name of Zizipho announced the good news by posting a collage of Bey and Nandi.
Zakes responded by simply saying, "Proud."
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Fans echoed Zakes' sentiments and rushed to his mentions to also congratulate Nandi.
@djmlusique commented, "Congratulations to her. Africa is indeed rising."
@konvicted_queen wrote, "Congratulations makoti (bride)."
DJ Shimza exclaimed, "This is so dope!"
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that the trailer for and it looks very exciting indeed. Queen Bey looks to have outdone herself once again. M-Net has acquired the rights to broadcast Black Is King in South Africa.
Zakes and Nandi have been couple goals for a while. The pair have been married for four years and have two children together. Zakes and Nandi were one of the first celebs to make intimate lockdown celebratins fashionable when they celebrated Nandi's 30th birthday in March.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Thembi Seete has completely blown peeps away with her new look.
The actress is ageing like fine wine and just won't stop with the gorgeousness. Not all women can pull off short hair, but the beauty is definitely one of those who can.
The Gomora star recently debuted a new short hairstyle and looks absolutely flawless in it. It's jet-black and expertly faded on the side. The subtle waves on top simply add to the glamour and femininity that is Thembi.
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