- A local traditional healer has shared stunning pics of herself dressed in her traditional gear
- Along with the picture post she also shared a pretty profound caption about Mother Africa and her children
- The post was warmly received by locals who could not get enough of her beauty, many of them sharing compliments in the comment section
A beautiful young South African traditional healer, SissGugu has managed to get tongues wagging after sharing a picture of herself dressed in her traditional attire on her Twitter page recently.
The local beauty can be seen wearing the red and white traditional clothes as she poses boldly under complimenting sunlight. She captioned the post, "The most beautiful part about Africa is her children. #Healer"
Her followers could not get enough of the beautiful picture, liking it over 7 000 times. Hundred of them also flocked to the comment section where they complimented her on her beauty and poses. Read a few of their comments below.
"You’re beautiful I always dream of myself wearing the red one with dashes of black and the lion and sometimes the red doek with sepheka se yellow, but still haven’t got the answer to why I see myself in those attires."
"Your spirit is reflected in these pictures. That’s so powerful. Don’t know how else to explain it."
"I am just wondering on how tall you are, beautiful pictures by the way."
"Gogo omuhle, love to see it, you’re doing great."
In other good Briefly.co.za news, graduating is a major feat for many and deserves all kinds of celebrations. One young lady received an amazing graduation gift, a brand-new Mercedes-Benz. @tondiexo shared images of herself and her new whip to Twitter.
@tondiexo and her Merc were meant to be as she looks absolutely stunning while posing with her new ride. She captioned the gorgeous images:
"My graduation gift came in today. Listen! I’m cryyying."
Her post was met with various reactions. Although @tondiexo didn't specify who bought her the vehicle, many assumed it was her parents. They then began questioning their own parents love for them.
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