There are times when you need to just be silent but your silence is so loud that it’s deafening. Thats the moment you know you have cot the attention of everyone around. Thats when your style is unique. That when you know you are a show stopper.
When decent dressing speaks so loud. That when you are wearing the right style for the occasion be it African or lace fabric or tulle or any other material. You can imagine.
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Botlhale boikanyo was born on the 23rd of may 2001 in mahikeng , Bohlale Boikanyo who is well known as Omphile an actress from scandal and who is known as a young talented poet who became successful at a very young age.
Botlhale Boikanyo is a young South African poet and singer. She first came into the limelight when she won South Africa’s Got Talent grand prize in 2012. Despite her age, she has significantly contributed to the growth of the South African entertainment scene. Well, how conversant are you with her work and personal life?
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Ntando Duma (born August 29, 1995) is a South African actress and television personality. She is best known as a presenter on e.tv‘s youth programming block Craz-e, where she primarily featured on Craz-e World live. She is also well known for her portrayal of Zinzi Dandala on e.tv’s soap opera Rhythm City.
Ntando Duma was born in the township of Orange Farm in Johannesburg, Gauteng. She grew up in the township of Orange Farm located approximately 45 km from Johannesburg, where she was raised by her mother and her grandmother. She has three siblings including her sister, Thando Duma.
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ohannesburg – Uzalo actress Thuthuka Mthembu, who stars as Nonkanyiso on the popular soapie, has scored herself a degree in television, writing and directing from Afda.
The 22-year-old actress said it was difficult to get through her studies in a Covid-19-ravaged year, but the pandemic and its effects on the industry made her aware that education is valuable.
“Returning to school in the year of the pandemic was really a challenge and called for a huge adjustment in terms of how we should do schoolwork,” said Mthembu.
“It definitely forces you to develop time management skills, as well as planning ahead. You have to be extremely aware of time, handling your time well means no aspect of your life has to steal time from the other.”
Mthembu had abandoned her studies, which she started in 2017, to pursue her passion for acting, but soon realised she needed to finish what she had started, as acting was not as glamorous as she first thought. She said even with the advice from family and friends to set her foot back into the lecture room, she was hesitant to make a return,
believing that her career was solid. However, living in the time of Covid-19 made her appreciate education.
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“We really wanted the day to be an authentic African celebration, strongly reflecting our respective heritages,” says bride Sandiswa Sotashe of her wedding to Kwabena Shange. She, a South African woman from the Xhosa tribe, and he, Jamaican, it was important for the couple to blend their cultures into a meaningful, one-of-a-kind nuptials. Although she admits, “It ended up being heavy on the side of Xhosa symbolism, to be honest, but Kwabena loved and appreciated it.”
Xhosa traditional attire is another stripe of glory in Africa in addition to the world’s fashion industry. Like existing popular African prints; Kente, Ankara and kitenge, Xhosa traditional attire has a special history dating back to pre-colonial times and a unique origin from the Xhosa people of South-Africa. The attire is symbolic in nature, taking different shapes and forms depending on the occasion. Africans, being social people, hold ceremonies and symbols with high regards. However, with the recent changes in social psychology, symbolism has been replaced with purposeful fashion statements and creative wear in the fashion space, leaving ceremonies as the only thing of social significance that are still held in high esteem. Read more
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Nomcebo Nothule Nkwanyana (born 28 October 1985 , also known as Nomcebo Zikode, is a South African singer and songwriter. Born in Hammarsdale, Zikode was a backing singer for several years. She has collaborated with DJ Ganyani on their hit single “Emazulwini” (2018).
Having signed a record deal with Open Mic Production, she was featured on Master KG’s chart-topping single “Jerusalema” (2019), which debuted #1 on Billboard Music charts and Apple Music charts .
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Bontle Moloi (née Modiselle) (born 7 October 1990) is a South African actress, television presenter, radio personality, dancer, choreographer, singer and model. In 2015, she starred in the dance film Hear Me Move, which resulted her receiving an Africa Movie Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Bontle Jade-Lee Modiselle was born to Percy and Grace Modiselle,on 7 October 1990, in Soweto, Johannesburg, and was mainly raised in the north-eastern region of Johannesburg. She is of Bantu-speaking ethnic group Tswana. Modiselle has two sisters: model Refilwe Modiselle and television personality Candice Modiselle, both of whom are also in the entertainment industry. Modiselle’s father who was a model,died through committing suicide. Modiselle blamed herself for his death as she dreamt of the action before it occurred. She told both her parents after experiencing the nightmare, but it turned out to be true which heavily affected herModiselle attended the University of Johannesburg where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Corporate Communications.
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Relebogile Mabotja (born September 5, 1985) is an actress, presenter, radio host, singer, producer, writer, musical director and is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Relebogile Mabotja also known as Lebo was born on 5 September 1985 in Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa. She grew up in Pretoria, South Africa where she found her prowess as an entertainer at the age of 5. While in school, she was recognized for her singing and acting. In her final year of high school, at Pretoria High School for Girls, 2003, she was afforded the opportunity to play the role of ‘Mabel’ in the Stage production called Fame the Musical.
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It looks like one of ZAlebville’s favourite couple might have made fan’s wishes come true. Stephanie Sandows and Hungani Ndlovu both took to social media to post cryptic pictures of what looks like them tying the knot.
They never divulge too much about their relationship however a picture is worth a thousand words,
The couple has been consistently gushing over each other all over social media for years now. Even though they constantly share their love with fans, they have to be one of the most secretive couple.
It has been rumoured numerous times that the couple had gotten married however they never confirmed the rumours nor deny them.
This time, if Stephanie’s Instagram stories are anything to go by, fans can now drop the ‘Miss Sandows’ name and address her accordingly as ‘Mrs Ndlovu.’
A letter addressing the couple as ‘Mr and Mrs Ndlovu’ from Clover Bliss, also gave fans some assurance that they indeed said their nuptials.
Stephanie and Hungani have not confirmed the speculations but their mentions are flooding with congratulatory messages.
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Constance “Connie” Ferguson (née Masilo; born 10 June 1970 in Kimberley) is a South African actress, film-maker, producer and business woman. She is popularly known for her Karabo Moroka main role on South Africa’s most popular Soap Opera, Generations.She starred on the show from its start in 1994 until she exited in 2010. In 2014, she agreed to reprise her role on the show after a 4-year absence then permanently left in 2016.
Ferguson was married to fellow actor Neo Matsunyane from 1993 to 1998 and has a daughter with him, Lesedi Matsunyane (born 31 December 1992). In November 2001, 3 years after her divorce with Matsunyane, she married actor and director Shona Ferguson. The couple has a daughter, Alicia Angel Ferguson (born 7 June 2002).
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