December is a favourite time for South Africans to go on vacation and a few Mzansi celebrities took advantage of the time off. Briefly.co.za takes a look at four local celebrities who went on grand vacations.
Going on a vacation is what most people do when they are in need of some serious downtime. Briefly.co.za compiled a list of four celebrities who took dope December vacations in 2020.
1. The Fergusons
Television producers and actors Connie and Shona Ferguson decided to take a trip to Dubai with their kids and were living it up. They had a luxurious vacation and posted pictures that gave Mzansi "sbwl" vibes.
2. Thembi Seete
The Gomora actress and musician decided that she was going to spend her holiday in Cape Town. Thembi served up some "soft life" goals with luxurious snaps of her December vacation in the Mother City.
3. Shauwn Mkhize
Mam'Mkhize did not hold back and decided that she was going to be leaving Mzansi since the country got put on a harder lockdown. Shauwn took a flight to Dubai and decided to go on a quest to find fireworks elsewhere. She clearly had a good time.
4. Khanya Mkangisa
The actress also hopped on the Dubai bandwagon and had quite the adventure. Khanya did some daredevil things as she rode a quad bike in the desert. She also served the "soft life" goals when she finished off her vacation in Cape Town.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo served major soft life goals with her vacation snaps. Mzansi media personality and rapper Boity Thulo made the country green with envy when she shared her latest vacation pictures.
Boity decided to treat herself after an eventful year and was living it up in Cape Town. Boity shared views from the beach and her luxurious stay at one of Cape Town's highly recommended hotels.
Not only was she having the time of her life, but the rapper also made time to attend her friend's wedding. Boity is currently rocking some golden summer braids and she gave meaning to the word "glow" as she is sizzling in every snap she posted.
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