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Bontle Modiselle on a serious mission to conquer the world

Popular Mzansi actress and television presenter, Bontle Modiselle wants to take amapiano dance to the world.

The sensational dancer and choreographer said she’s ready to put her dancing shoes on and teach dancers around the world to dance to Mzansi’s amapiano beats.

Amapiano dance has taken the world by storm and has been showcased at international festivals, including the World’s Largest Afrobeats Festival in Portugal, the AMA Festival in the UK and the upcoming Oyofe Festival in Barcelon, Spain.

Bontle Modiselle

Bontle said she’s keeping her dance moves a secret.

“I’ll be teaching amapiano at one of the biggest dance festivals in Spain, the Oyofe Festival in Barcelona, and getting the best dancers in the world to curate the experience. I’ll also be in France for three days in July,” she said.

The 34-year-old said there’s a lot in store and that includes a dance studio. Watch the space!

She also mentioned that working with Mzwakhe Mbuli Jr, known as Robot Boii, has been an eye-opener. She refers to him as “big brother”.

Bontle Modiselle

“Robot Boii is such an inspiration. He’s like a big brother to every young man in the country because I feel like any young man who has met and worked with him would understand how approachable he is,” said the dancer.

Bontle told Daily Sun there’s something in the pipeline but chooses not to reveal it, yet.

“There’s something coming. The only thing I can say about it is that it’s something to do with TV,” she said.

In other news – Siya Kolisi buys his father a house next to the sea in Gqeberha

South African rugby union player, Siya Kolisi’s father Ray was recently interviewed following the Springboks victory at the 2023 Rugby World Cup tournament in France.

Siya Kolisi

During the interview, Ray Kolisi shared that his 32-year-old rugby star son bought him a new house last year. “He bought me a house last year in March in Bluewater Bay, next to the sea,” he said. The Springboks made history in France in October last year when they became the four-time winners of the Rugby World Cup. Read More