- A gorgeous Zulu lady has taken to social media to show off her amazing cultural attire
- Samy Mofokeng shared the images to Facebook group, #ImStaying recently and has since gone viral
- South African Facebook users took to the comments section to share their positive thoughts with the stunning young lady
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An absolutely stunning lady has taken to social media to share her amazing Zulu heritage. Samy Mofokeng took to Facebook group, #ImStaying to share the gorgeous images of her in her traditional attire.
Samy shared three images and has received over 6 000 reactions and almost 600 comments from Stayers. She started the caption of the post by saying: "Hi stayers, I'm a proud Zulu girl." She continued:
"As we all know that September marks the annual Heritage Month in South Africa and what makes it more special is the fact that we're a rainbow Nation... What is your culture/heritage?"
Stayers took to the comment section to answer Samy's question and share their feelings about her amazing traditional wear. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments:
Patricia Ann Nepgen commented:
"Beautiful, and interesting to find out that September is a special month for the Zulu Nation. God bless you."
Gav Allan said:
"I am proudly South African, though I was born in Scotland... Been here since 1980... Love SA but still have great affection for my heritage/history... Married to a gorgeous SA girl..."
Zane Howes added:
"Awesome young lady. It's lovely to hear how proud people are of the many different cultures in SA. English heritage but proudly SA."
Palesa Makopano Mabuse replied:
"Well, I'm a Sotho girl from a Xhosa Mother, Married into a Pedi and Setswana family...You don't even want me to start with my grandparents. That where my Zulu and Ndebele blood comes from."
In other #ImStaying news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on two honest security guards return R4 000 in cash to rightful owner. A South African lady has shared an inspiring story on Facebook group #ImStaying about two security guards who returned R4 000 in cash to her. Melanie Giezing withdrew the money with the intent to buy a part for her car.
When she arrived at the car part shop she realised she did not have the money she withdrew. Arriving back at the bank after her realisation, a security guard approached her to ask what was the problem.
She explained her situation and he then called another security guard, who had her cash on hand. Melanie said the security guard had kept the money with him awaiting the owner's return. They planned to check security footage of who withdrew the money if no one had returned to collect it.
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