A snap of a fam wearing proudly African blankets as means of matching outfits had Mzansi talking. A clip of a schoolboy walking a tad oddly has left many people laughing hard as the person who posted it labelled it the “camel walk”. Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba, better known as Samthing Soweto, just stays an industry fav.
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Johann Rupert has an incredible collection of cars worth millions of rands. Villages in Venda, Limpopo have some stunning homes. Seeing pictures of the mansions on social media left the comment section buzzing with opinions.
1. Mzansi People Went All In on a Picture of a Family Wearing Matching Outfits That Were Dubbed "SA Gucci”
Matching outfits are cute, but choosing blanket material as “the look”, is definitely questionable. A snap of a fam wearing proudly African blankets as means of matching outfits left the comment section blazing.
Most people have had a moment where they have worn an overly floral item of clothing that could easily be mistaken for curtains, but purposefully wearing blankets is not a choice many make.
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Twitter user @Dipuo1026 proudly shared the family snap introducing “The Tjales”. The picture shows the fam wearing outfits made from blankets… even their accessories had a splash of the famous fabric. It is a lot!
2. Hilarious Video of Schoolboy Doing the “Camel Walk” on His Way Home From School Has SA in Stitches
If you give something a relatable and quirky caption, anything can go viral. A clip of a schoolboy walking a tad oddly has left many people laughing hard as the person who posted it labelled it the “camel walk”.
Social media has definitely heightened people's sense of humour… at least most of the time. Seeing a video of a young man walking had one person immediately think camel!
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Twitter user @jah_vinny_23 shared the clip, captioning it the “camel walk”. In the video you see a Slick Rick schoolkid walking with shades on in a rather peculiar motion. The caption just makes the clip!
3. Samthing Soweto: A Life of Crime, His Learning Disability & Searching For His Absent Father
Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba, better known as Samthing Soweto, just stays an industry fav. While Sam's been making headlines lately for his incredible weight loss, the musician and his fans go way back. South Africans were first introduced to the soulful vocalist back in 2017 when the relatively unknown singer made his debut on Sun-El Musician's hit song 'Akanamali'. Still, there's so much more to the Soweto artist.
Music helped him escape a life of crime
While the world-famous artist now enjoys the many privileges that come with stardom, including lots and lots of moola, growing up things did not come so easy.
Proud man shows off a giant billboard with his face on it and the people of South Africa help hype him up
4. 5 Expensive and Rare Cars Owned by South African Billionaire Johann Rupert Including a R15 Million Porsche
Johann Rupert is one of the richest people in South Africa and is the chairman of the Remgro and Richemont with a reported net worth of around R126 billion. He also has an incredible collection of cars worth millions of rands.
We take a look at five of the most special whips in his garage:
This particular AMG model doffs its proverbial hat to the German Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) racing series and is powered by a AMG's 5,5-litre supercharged V8 engine producing 428kW and 800N.m. The zero to 100 km/h sprint time is 3.9 seconds, and top speed is 320 km/h. Only 40 right-hand drive examples were produced and the estimated value is R5,5 million.
5. Stunning Homes Built in Village in Venda, Limpopo Spark Land Debate on Social Media
Villages in Venda, Limpopo have some stunning homes. Seeing pictures of the mansions on social media left the comment section buzzing with opinions. Some questioned the land debate after seeing these homes.
The land debate is a hot topic in Mzansi with many believing that people of colour are entitled to land that was taken from them back in colonial times. However, some feel the land is there and the people have it, or how would these homes exist?
Twitter page @AfricaFactsZone shared a couple of pictures showing the big homes that have been built in the area known as Venda in the Limpopo province. Some of these homes look like pictures from a holiday magazine – they are breathtaking!
Source: Briefly News