- A doting mother recently shared the picture of her baby girl in her traditional clothes
- She took to Facebook group ImStaying to gush over her cute little one
- The post was warmly received by Stayers who thought she looked absolutely stunning
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South Africans have been proudly celebrating Heritage month this September. As Heritage Day approaches, more and more pictures of locals, young and old, have been making its way to our social media pages.
All dressed up and proudly representing their vastly different and distinct traditions and cultures, Mzansi has truly made sure to make this Heritage month one to remember. Adding to all the fun and festivities is proud young mom, Thandokazi Sinesipho Mbanjwa took to Facebook to gush over her little one in traditional attire.
The post was warmly received with nearly 12 000 reactions made by locals who thought that the little princess looked nothing short of exceptional.
"My Princess Ulla #heritageMonth #ImStaying#Xhosa girl. Bhelekazi, you are so good ." she wrote.
Here are a few of the comments Mzansi shared about the adorable pictures:
Susan van der Merwe wrote:
"Wow, so beautiful."
Jamie Dabosslady Abdul said:
"She is very beautiful."
Edith Powell wrote:
"Gorgeous little girl."
Lisa Cairns said:
"WOW she is absolutely gorgeous."
While JabuGreen Waka Khumalo wrote:
"Beautiful may I please print one picture and make a beautiful portrait for my home?"
In more Heritage month news, Briefly.co.za also wrote, September marks Heritage Month in South Africa and everyone has their own way of celebrating this significant occasion. A young photographer originating from KZN and now residing in Gauteng decided to share images of his stunning baby mama in traditional attire.
Junior Dlamini shared a breathtaking picture of his baby mama to Facebook group, #ImStaying earlier today. The stunning woman can be seen wearing the traditional attire - Imvunulo. Imvunulo is sacred to the Zulu culture.
The outfit is generally worn during the Imvunulo dance which is performed by an individual to display their traditional attire. The post was warmly received by Stayers who reacted to the image over 1 000 times at the time of Briefly.co.za's viewing.
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