- Thando Thabethe is certainly one of South Africa's brightest stars and it's not only Mzansi who she keeps making proud
- The actress recently took to social media to post a sweet moment she shared with her grandmother
- Thando's grandmother posed next to a poster of one of the shows Thando stars in to show how proud she is of her hardworking granddaughter
Thando Thabethe is one of the most recognisable names in the South African entertainment industry and just keeps adding achievements to her impressive career.
Thando's fans adore her and she recently posted about a moment she shared with one of her biggest fans - her grandmother.
The actress took to social media to tell a story about how her sweet grandma had seen a poster of How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding and posed for a photograph with it.
Thando wrote a caption explaining how her gogo had seen the poster at the airport and the picture the star posted showed how her grandmother was simply beaming with pride:
"My grandmother bumped into me at the airport...this almost brought tears to my eyes. A reminder of why we do all that we do, why no one can stop my go...just look at this...she’s beaming"
Thando emphasised how much the support of loved ones, like her grandmother, keeps her going and makes her continue to work hard.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on when DJ Black Coffee took a boys' trip with his family and took some time to connect with them.
Black Coffee has established himself overseas and the DJ spends quite a lot of his time abroad. He recently shared with his followers that he took some time out of his busy schedule to spend some much-needed time with his family. Coffee took to Instagram to share a few details about his visit with his 2.9 million followers:
"My mother said a little prayer before our short left yesterday. For our short trip as young men of the family, to hang out, have good and uncomfortable conversations about who we are and what we are trying to be," wrote Black Coffee.
The DJ also said that the young men of his family, as well as himself, are still trying to figure out what life holds for them.
The group went on a game drive to unwind. Coffee then said that he was grateful for his family, especially during the trying times the world is currently facing. He also shared a number of pictures with his family members.
The DJ's fans took to the comments section to express how they felt about his heartfelt post about family:
topdoog commented: "To creating family conversations that lead to lasting legacies to our continent."
nunu8282 said: "That's awesome. Aligning ourselves."
carolsollanas commented: "Uncomfortable conversations are for progress."
pdestiny77 commented: "Family over everything."
marimbaworldtravel said: "I wish I was there."
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