- Zozi Ntunzi is back in South Africa after having been at her home in New York for some time
- In an IG post, Zozi shared pics of herself at her Eastern Cape home recently
- Fans of Zozibini reacted warmly to her photos and welcomed her back home
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South Africa's darling, Zozibini Ntunzi has recently touched South African soil for the first time in a while. Miss Universe took to her Instagram pages to share some candid pictures of herself having a fun time at her home in Eastern Cape.
In her Instagram post, the local beauty can be seen preparing a traditional dish complete with fire a big black pot and a wooden spoon. She is also wearing the very traditional doek, apron, and flip-flops and in true African woman nature, she paired the flops with warm toe socks.
"Even if for a very short while, being home will always be restoration of the soul. After so long we are now currently navigating on tears of joy, love, warmth, support and song," she captioned the heart-warming post.
Fans of the beauty welcomed her home warmly and shared their thoughts on the way she boldly celebrates her culture. While fellow celebrity, Somizi tried to squeeze an invite out of the model by mentioning how he'd like a visit.
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Read some of their comments below.
"It’s the socks and the xlap-xlap for me."
"It's the consistent authenticity for me."
While gabrielatafur said:
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In other Briefly.co.za news, Michelle Schoeman has taken to Facebook to show her commitment to her husband by embracing his culture completely. She posted a series of photos of her preparing Inyama Yanga Phakathi in the #ImStaying group and captioned it with the following:
"When you commit, you do it fully. Cleaning Inyama Yanga Phakathi (tripe) is nie pap en vleis nie. Don’t laugh at my attempted dancing those who know me will know that I have a pretty bad foot injury... Mamkhulu is a vibe isn’t she? #zuluculture #HERITAGEMONTH2020"
Her post in the #ImStaying group was flooded with comments praising her one user, Nthabiseng Mmathuso Mbhele said:
"You are a the chosen one I tell you, just remind me of Jonny Clark, I know he was a man, but God chose you guys. I know there are more like you out there. May the Lord bless you guys abundantly."
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