Sbwl: Busiswa shows off her proudly Xhosa traditional attire

Sbwl: Busiswa shows off her proudly Xhosa traditional attire

- Busiswa recently took to social media to show off her gorgeous Xhosa traditional outfit

- The gqom singer did this to commemorate Heritage Day which was yesterday, 24 September

- Mzansi social media users gushed about how stunning the media personality looked in her attire

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Busisiwa recently took to social media to celebrate Heritage Month by wearing her traditional attire. The gqom artist is proudly Xhosa and rocked her traditional outfit to the T.

Taking to Twitter, Busiswa shared several images of herself clad in the gorgeous garments. She captioned the post:

"Xhosa: A Bantu ethnic group from Southern Africa. IsiXhosa, their language is recognized as an official language. #heritageday"

Social media users adored her stunning ensemble and showered her with compliments. Twitter user NololoC said:

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"Malimakhwe, Mashweme you look stunning mntase"

Caramelle101 said:


SeitlhekoMakhe2 said:

"Do you know how to make "umqombothi"? U look stunning by the way"

Pearl Modiadie said:

"Tjo Busiswa! Umuhle"

KhutsoTheledi said:

Sbwl: Busiswa shows off her proudly Xhosa traditional attire
Busiswa looked amazing in her traditional Xhosa attire. Image: @busiswah/Instagram
Source: Instagram previously reported that Cassper Nyovest got in touch with his Motswana roots for Heritage Day and shared a rather unexpected snap of himself wearing the very minimal traditional outfit of the Tswana people. Heritage Day is a big day in South Africa as we live in a country filled with many different and strong cultures.

Knowing your roots and respecting them is something that is very important to the people of Mzansi. came across Cassper’s Heritage Day post and, like many, was a tad shook by his very revealing but beautifully cultured outfit. Cassper is a proud Tswana man who never fails to keep in touch with his roots. Wearing the traditional Tswana outfits fills Cassper with a sense of pride for his people.

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No matter how famous he becomes, Casper will always stay true to what he believes is important, and culture is definitely one of those things.

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