- Actress Pearl Thusi made an appearance on a list by NBC Washington of women who are creating an impact in Africa
- Pearl was thrilled with the news and took to social media to share the good news with her followers
- South African social media users and fans were just as excited for her and congratulated her for the achievement
Pearl Thusi has had an eventful year. The sultry celeb went from being the lead actress on a Netflix original series to hosting an awards show with Somizi. She just keeps winning. She just added another win to her list of Ws for this year.
Pearl was named on a list of women who are creating a positive impact in Africa by NBC Washington. She took to social media to share the wonderful news with her followers. She was visibly thrilled to be on the list.
"Look what I just woke up to! Tell your dlozis to make a party with my mom and daddy!" wrote Pearl on Twitter.
South African social media users were just as excited for Pearl when she shared the news. Many took to the comments section to congratulate Pearl for the achievement:
@eden_africawit said: "This is inspirational Pearlito. Was listening to your interview on Metro yesterday and I can't believe how down to earth you are. You deserve all the good things."
@Matangana_umom commented: "This is huge Moghel international recognition well done my black Pearl."
@JacqMazb12 said: "Listen, they are not wrong. By the time we as South Africans learn to appreciate you more, we will look like clout chasers period."
@FifiYoda commented: "When it’s your time to shine no one can dim the light. Well done Pearl."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu's Imali Eningi track reached 3 million views in 3 weeks. Big Zulu’s Imali Eningi has now reached 3 million views on YouTube after three weeks of release.
It seems the rapper collects a million views per week if the recent trend is anything to go by. He took to social media to express his gratitude for the immense love that Mzansi has shown him.
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