- Shawn Mkhize opened up about material things not giving you joy in one of her latest social media posts
- Mam'Mkhize said that material things will never grant someone peace and serenity
- The businesswoman and reality TV star said that she will always choose herself before the material things in life
Mzansi reality TV star and businesswoman Shawn Mkhize spoke about being materialistic in one of her latest Instagram posts. She said that she wanted to share something she had discovered with her followers.
She wrote: "I have found my voice and myself and this has liberated me to understand that material things can never give you peace and serenity."
Mam'Mkhize went on to say that she chooses herself before material things because those can never give you joy. Very profound indeed.
Mam'Mkhize is well known for her reality TV show which showcases her lavish lifestyle. Many might be fooled to think that she is extremely materialistic because of this, but she has shared that she does not care too much about material things.
She began her post by reflecting on the latest COVID-19 statistics in South Africa, suggesting that the pandemic has made her reflect on what is important in life. Good on you Mam'Mkhize!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mpoomy Ledwaba shared a heart smelting picture of her little prince. YouTuber sensation and new mommy Mpoomy Ledwaba recently melted hearts with a picture of her tiny new member. Babies really just have a way of putting a smile on your face even if you don’t want to admit it. Mpoomy and her husband Brenden Praise welcomed their little prince Zani into the world just three months ago. Giving birth amidst a pandemic was not easy but it did give this little family more time to bond.
Taking to social media with great pride, Mpoomy shared the cutest picture of her handsome prince. Zani looks like one happy baby and we are sure this moment put a smile on many people’s faces.
"Happy 3 months to my little big boy the sweetest ever-smiling baby. So graceful, calm and ever-smiling."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!