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VIDEO: Celebrations as Faith Nketsi’s baby Sky turns 1

Popular Mzansi dancer, media personality, and reality TV star Faith Nketsi celebrated her daughter Sky’s birthday as she turned 1. Indeed time flies; it feels recent when Faith Nketsi gave a birthday to her daughter Sky.

Congratulatory messages had been pouring ever since, but it’s already a year since she gave birth. Celebrating her daughter’s birthday, Faith invited close friends and family members.

Faith Nketsi’s baby Sky turns 1

They had a private birthday party, but the presents showed how massive it was. Sharing the videos and pictures on her Instagram, Faith Nketsi thanked all who wished her daughter a good day.

Thank you so much to everyone that came to celebrate our daughter

Faith Nketsi’s baby Sky turns 1

Shockingly, Faith Nketsi is still on, ready to show the face of her daughter Sky to the public.

Celebrating her first birthday, Faith’s family and close friends were surprised by the amount of gifts they brought.

One man who surprised Faith Nketsi was Andzelo Tivani, who brought what they described as a well-thought gift.

Faith Nketsi’s baby Sky turns 1

Upon receiving Andzelo’s gift, Faith Nketsi almost fainted. With joy, and it looked all great.

After the celebrations, Faith Nketsi spoke of the beautiful day.

Her next birthday thats on a weekend is in 2028 . After this birthday she’ll have her own little life and she’ll probably prefer celebrating it with her friends at school . I might steal her for her 2nd birthday though ✋” she said.

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In other news – Sweet video: Cornet Mamabolo (Tbose) celebrates Birthday with Skeem Saam actors Kwaito, John & Meikie

Popular South African actor Cornet Mamabolo, who played the first Tbose Maputla recently celebrated his birthday with Skeem Saam’s Meikie, John, and Kwaito from the SABC1 soapie.

Cornet Mamabolo (Tbose) celebrates Birthday with Skeem Saam actors Kwaito, John & Meikie

The former The River actor took to his Twitter account on Friday, 11 August to share a video of himself and his former co-stars Clement Maosa who plays Kwaito, Africa Tsoai who plays John, and Harriet Manamela who plays Mieikie. Read More