- A few South African female celebrities show lots of love to vice president Kamala Harris after she was sworn in
- Criselda Kananda, Ayanda Borotho and a few others wished Kamala good luck on her reign
- Women all over the world are excited to see another female leading in such an important position in office
Kamala Harris has just been sworn in as the 49th vice president of the United States and is the first woman to hold the position in office. She is also an author and has published a number of books.
Mzansi female celebrities are celebrating Kamala Harris' victory along with her president Joe Biden.
A few South African celebrities took the opportunity to show support to Kamala as she takes on her position as the vice president.
Criselda Kananda is one of the women who took the time to celebrate Kamala Harris:
"What a time to be alive. I’m so emotional, Congratulations to the people of America. Democracy has won. History has been made. Ungasiphoxi ke Robinette (Don't disappoint us)."
Criselda went on to say:
"Joe Biden, when America sneezes, the world catches flu and Covid, when America triumphs the world will thrive."
Actress Ayanda Borotho posted a picture of Kamala on her Instagram account and said:
"What time is it? She o'clock."
Penny Lebyane also posted a graphic relating to women in power, specifically a US Poet Amanda Gorman talking about Kamala and captioned the post:
"Yellow is the colour of sunshine. Yes Amanda, light that fire sis."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Oprah Winfrey in tears as Kamala Harris is sworn in as vice president. Wednesday, January 20, will go down in history as one of the most memorable days in American history.
For the first time, a woman was officially named as the country’s Vice President and that lady is none other than Kamala Harris.
Her inauguration became one of the most talked about topics across the world and it meant the world to women that one of them successfully climbed to the top.
One of the ladies who could not hold back her tears as she watched the memorable swearing in is talk show queen Oprah Winfrey.
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