With most wedding dress codes having been overrated, as a bride to be, you will most likely want not to take the normal route. And what better way to be unique and stylish than do African? With the rich, colourful and sophisticated fabrics the array of cultures have to offer, here are 20 best African bridesmaid dresses that are definitely the surest way to ensure you and your bridal team turn heads for all the right reasons. Viva Africa!This South African fabric is the surest bet if slaying is not an option for your bridesmaids. It is one of the latest and trendiest fabrics characterised by patterned prints that allows you to play with your creativity. If well executed, an African bridesmaid dress made of it will stand out.[
For over a decade now Connie and Shona Ferguson have been one of Mzansi’s favourite couples and since their debut on social media, we’ve seen for ourselves how deep the usually private couple’s love is.Connie Ferguson sends a sweet message to her hubby Shona Ferguson, They are Mzansi’s loved and best couple and we just adore how they love each other. They are not shy to show their love on social media and we must Admit they are for real The best coupe ever.
Yesterday Shona was remembering his father’s death with a beautiful message on Social media and his wife also is always there to support him through thick and thin. His wife Connie Ferguson also shared a message about her father in law’s passing. Furthermore, the actress and businesswoman became the pillar of strength to her man who is in mourning. “I am always here to hold your hand, through the good and the bad, and I know you’re always there to hold mine. It is well my love,’ she wrote on an Instagram post.
Connie recently sent a heartfelt message to her TV producer husband on Instagram and it’s giving us all an “aww” moment.
“I never knew true happiness until you came into my life,” she wrote in the birthday post. “Happy Birthday my Skat! Words alone can never express enough what you mean to me and how much I love you! All I can do is thank God for YOU.”
The couple tied the knot in 2001 and have two children.he also wished him a happy birthday on her Instagram. They made sure his day is brightened by making an effort to honour his birthday, this is the sweetest message she wrote for her husband.
Sho Fede’ ?❤️ To the most humble, most faithful, most loving, most giving, most hardworking and most fun person I know, the love of my life, father to my children and coolest grandfather to Ro, my Hubbae, partner in EVERYTHING ALLDEPEOPLE! Happy Birthday my Skat!??????? I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love you! We thank God for you daily, and pray that he keeps you healthy and strong and living your best life!?? Have a good one my LOVE @ferguson_films ❤️❤️❤️?
Anele Mdoda has defended Nomzamo Mbatha from Twitter trolls who cyber-bullied her over the ‘heartbreak’ video that went viral.
Her response was seen as a disguise to help cover up her real feelings about her supposed heartbreak. She also received some mean comments from people saying she was having a meltdown and is putting on a show.
Many people linked her response to her previous relationship with Maps Maponyane.
In between the laughing and the head scratching, Nomzamo said; “I don’t know what you’re talking about, OK. We are strong. We are moving. Don’t know her. What do you mean?… this is tough…What is a heartbreak? Is it a name of a street? Is it a mall? What is it?”
The actress has since muted her Twitter account following topping the trends list on Monday.
Anele took to Twitter to slam the trolls and said she is probably going through the most whilst she is in the states alone and receiving such vile treatment from back home.
Her manager also slammed trolls and said the actress was just having some innocent fun.
Phumza Nohashe said “Anyone with half a brain and being an authentic follower of hers should see that Nomzamo is a fun and lighthearted person, and suffers no more issues than the unqualified Twitter psychologists who are currently diagnosing her every facial muscle movement.”
Multi-talented TV actor and radio host Khaya Dladla, who was thrust into the spotlight after he bagged the flamboyant and quick-witted character of GC on, SABC1’s fan-favourite popular sudser Uzalo, has moved on with his life. This follows after his character was written off the story-line, on the show.
The talented actor who dabbles as an entrepreneur and a radio host, recently got up close and personal with ZAlebs about his illustrious career in the limelight and his thriving radio career, after playing the renowned character on Uzalo.Image Credit: Daily Worthing
Khaya who started his career in the entertainment business 23 years ago said his plan was not to be on TV. He elaborated that he saw himself dominating the airwaves and being famous for his beautiful voice on the radio.
But he was thrust into TV when said Duma Ndlovu, the producer of Uzalo said to him he must audition on Uzalo and he landed his big break on the show. The entertainment industry is known for the glitz and glam and Khaya says it can either make you or break you.
Speaking on whether the industry has always been what he expected he said:mage Cred: The Citizen
“It is exactly what I thought it would be, definitely not easy, people don’t know, it has never been an easy ride, it has been a hectic ride. Some of the projects you work on are more profitable, some carry more weight some are more meaningful and some are more of a lesson”
“From working with different producers and directors you learn that okay I like this style of working so when I to get to this point I want to work like this person and you move to another place you realise that these ones they work like this and I don’t like that, then I won’t keep it, so every day you learn and also selective hearing is very important because also there are things you hear about yourself that you choose to stay away from, the industry is polluted so you must check carefully.”
Khaya Dlala had a successful run on Uzalo, however, his character was written off on the show. The flamboyant actor won the hearts of many South Africans, and became a household name. Speaking about his departure on the show he said it really hit him hard.
“The thing is with me leaving the show, I didn’t process it because I wasn’t told I was leaving the show, so there was no time for me to digest that in the next three months I won’t be on this show because, no one said anything to me about not coming back. Other actors were told that they won’t be coming back but I was not,” he said.
Musician Simphiwe Dana stands firm to her views about South African men being gold diggers and being at the bottom of the barrel.
The artist ruffled a lot of feathers with her controversial tweets and that eventually called for her downfall.
Simphiwe released her latest album Bamako and social media users reckoned that she started this commotion on Twitter in order to draw attention to her music.
After offending many men in the country with her views, they have even called for people to boycott her album.
The singer did not show any remorse for her tweets and is not worried about a planned boycott of her album but has asked her followers not to pirate her music.
“Please try not pirate my new album. I know it’s way too easy to. And you’re suffering from your own mgowo. But please try and support artists. We bring you a lot of peace,” she told fans on Twitter.
However, Simphiwe remains unshaken, infact she showed how unapologetic she is by saying ‘she needs these man tears for her cocktail.’
Gold diggers: stop calling me a gold digger otherwise I won’t buy your album ?. Me: I need these man tears for my cocktail. What can I do to get more of them?
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Just to jog your memory, the star wrote “Truth is that South African men are the biggest gold diggers. They even dig the maintenance money.”
She even refused to apologise to the nation when a tweep asked her to, she responded with ‘I think not’.
Simphiwe is enjoying the feedback on her album, even though may have promised to pirate her music.