- Eastern Cape-based couple Libho and Thimna have won the reality series Love Island South Africa
- The favourite couple won R1 million and decided to split the prize money amongst themselves
- Mzansi social media users are thrilled with the fact that a couple that brought diversity won the series
When Love Island came to South Africa, there was some controversy about diversity on the show. After singles came together to find love in the series, fans were hoping that one of their favourite couples will win.
Mzansi couple Libho and Thimna have won Love Island SA and fans are thrilled with the selection. They quickly became favourites on the show because they added some much-needed diversity.
Thimna and Libho or better known as “Limna” became the winners of the very first season of the show. The Eastern Cape-based couple garnered the most viewer votes with over 53% in vote share, from a total of over 1.6 million votes received in the finale round.
They took home a whopping R1 million and they opted to split the cash amongst themselves. Mzansi social media users reacted to the win on Twitter. Check out the reactions below:
"Well done. They found love and one million, what a way to start their journey."
"Awwww congratulations to the favs Thimna and Libho for winning the first season of #LoveIslandSA."
"Libho saying he chose the colour black because "we are proud to be black". Fighter yam."
"We said we would carry our girl to the end and I am so proud of the public for coming together for Libho & Thimna."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Amanda Du-Pont proudly announced an awesome Netflix special acting gig. Amanda Du Pont is excited to be bringing her fans another awesome Netflix special.
Fans love knowing that their favourite actor is working on something, and that is exactly what Amanda is doing. When it comes to bagging awesome gigs, Amanda has it down. Being able to scoop this Netflix role is something Amanda feels extremely proud of.
Taking to social media to spill the tea, Amanda let her fans know that she will be staring in the Netflix special Slay that will air on 26 April 2021.
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