- Zodwa Wabantu shared a sweet photo with Durban musician Babes Wodumo recently
- The gorgeous girls were pictured holding hands and walking on the street during the #VulaPresident protests
- Mzansi social media users loved seeing this new side of the normally controversial Zodwa Wabantu
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Zodwa Wabantu recently shared a heartwarming photo with Babes Wodumo. In the pic, Zodwa was holding Babes’ hand and leading her somewhere. In the caption, Zodwa said that she was Babes Wodumo’s older sister.
The photo was taken at the #VulaPresident protests which were held in Durban on Wednesday morning.
Many appreciated seeing Zodwa in a more maternal role as she guided Babes Wodumo away from the fray.
The pair have a lot in common in that they’re both dancers and are huge names in the entertainment industry. Both artists also have their fair share of controversies, albeit for different reasons.
Instagram users loved seeing them together and made sure to let Zodwa know in the comments section.
"I just love sisi omdala (big sister)."
"Zodwa the queen herself."
"️I love you girls @babes_wodumo @zodwalibram"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the artists who blocked the Durban N3 on Wednesday morning have been released on bail.The artists were freed in the early hours of Thursday morning on R1 000 bail each.
Speaking on Gagasi FM on Thursday morning, Durban musician T'zozo said that 32 were arrested and an amount of R32 000 was paid. He said that the group had been arrested on Wednesday but the Westville police station did not have a receipt book on hand to process their release.
The musician said the group handed their memorandum to the mayor of the city. He apologised for the disruption caused and reiterated that they simply wanted authorities to pay attention to them and their needs.
Some of their demands include allowing a 70% capacity at places of gathering and they have also called for the president to extend the curfew from 10pm.
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