- A beautiful local woman recently headed to Facebook to share a picture of herself and her sister
- In the pic, the two stunners are wearing traditional wedding clothes of the South African Swati tribe
- Facebookers loved the pic, like it hundreds of times, a few of them also headed to the comment section to compliment the beautiful ladies
South Africans are known for their variety of cultures and traditional clothes that come with every culture - each very beautiful and unique. A beautiful young South African woman, Nobuhle Khosi, recently shared just how beautiful her Swati culture is.
Taking to Facebook, Nobuhle shared a picture of herself and her sister on her sister's wedding day. The two of them, as she explains, are wearing Swati traditional wedding attire, and we must say, they look absolutely stunning.
"My sis's wedding ❤️ Swati girls are pretty girls," she captioned the breathtakingly beautiful pic.
Facebookers loved the post, reacting to it nearly 200 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to compliment the Swati beauties. Read a few of their comments below.
Mbali Nkosi said:
"I yes you both."
Mpho BeefyBeef said:
"You look so beautiful."
Veronique Sot Mthembu said:
Mel Hammanburg said:
"I love this."
Melisa Nicole Bates wrote:
Neo Toona said:
"Look who these dolls are."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Dr Lerato Madike took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her story of how she left school, never believing that someone of her background could ever become a doctor. Yet, at the age of 29, she has had an incredible experience, a journey where she went from strength to strength.
She matriculated in 2008 and pursued a diploma in Biotechnology, then went on to graduate Cum Laude with a Bachelor Degree in Technology. She didn't stop there and completed a Master's Degree. Taking things further she travelled to America where she attended the Colorado State University to complete her studies in Bioengineering and Material Engineering.
Finally, she completed her PhD in just 20 months and has published articles and presented research at local and international conferences. A truly amazing woman.
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