- Former Miss SA snd current Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi recently shared some stunning pics online
- Taking to Twitter, the Mzansi beauty graced her fans and followers with pics of herself looking beautiful while wearing a headscarf
- South Africans loved it, many of them taking to the comment section to share their thoughts
South African women are true gems with flawless beauty that begs to be appreciated. One such South African beauty is the lovely Miss Universe and former Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi, a 27-year-old Eastern Cape diamond.
The young gorgeous woman recently took to her personal page to stun her fans and followers by sharing two beautifully-taken pictures which perfectly capture her breathtaking jawline and alluring eyes.
"Zandla Zozibini," she sweetly and simply captioned the Twitter post.
Soon the post blew up, amassing nearly 30 000 likes from her adoring followers. Many of them also headed to the comment section to sing Zozi's praises - some of them even hilariously proposing marriage.
Read a few of their interesting comments below.
"How much is to lobola Miss Universe, I'm asking for a friend? An estimate would do no harm."
"OMG. I love her. She's fine like 100 people."
"Yhoooo so beautiful Miss Lady. Aw mfethu how do you leave a beautiful baby so - Africa."
"Absolutely stunning Zozi."
"If you were an actor I would say that the next time there’s a casting for someone to play Winnie Mandela, you should show up and snatch the role."
Briefly.co.za also reported about the matric class of 2020 are well into their final examinations and have received well wishes from many South African figures. Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida is the latest to send her message in.
The 24-year-old commended the matric class of 2020 for their hard work and their role in preventing the spread of Covid-19. She stressed that celebrations should adhere to regulations set up by the government.
Miss SA went on to wish the matrics well for the remainder of the National Senior Certificate examinations. The video of her well wishes was shared by the Department of Basic Education on Twitter.
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