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Lerato Kganyago introduces her business to Steve Harvey’s wife, Marjorie – Pictures

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Lerato Kganyago and Steve Harvey

Radio personality Lerato Kganyango made a big move with her new eyelash brand named Flutter. The star met with American comedian, Steve Harvey and his wife, Marjorie Harvey and they had a chat moment.

Lerato Kganyago and Marjorie Harvey

However, before the end of their talks, Lerato gifted Marjorie a box of her eyelash, Flutter. Photos shared on social media revealed that Marjorie appreciated the gesture from LKG.

Lerato Kganyago and Marjorie Harvey

Taking to her Instagram, Lerato revealed how excited Marjorie was during the moment when she was opening the box in which her business is in. She wrote, ‘Last night introducing @marjorie_harvey to @flutterlkg #familyfeudafrica 🌸 📸‘.

Lerato Kganyago and Marjorie Harvey

Following another post, she really appreciated the good time she shared with the American big star, Steve and she wrote, ‘Spent the afternoon having a chat with @iamsteve harveytv talking @familyfeudafrica. COMING SOON ON YOUR TV 🎥‘.

Lerato Kganyago and Steve Harvey

Is Lerato negotiating with Steve to appear on this Family Feud Africa program, which is soon to air?

Lerato Kganyago and Steve Harvey

In other news…State Capture secrets taken to the grave – Gavin Watson’s death raises more questions

The death of controversial Bosasa boss Gavin Watson is a major setback in the quest to uncover the truth around the alleged corrupt relationship between his company and the government.

Gavin Watson
Gavin Watson

Watson, who was killed in a horrific car crash near the OR Tambo International Airport yesterday, was accused of bribing government officials to secure state contracts. Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, made billions of rands from the state dating back more than a decade. One of the lucrative contracts Bosasa had was with the department of correctional services where it supplied food for prisoners. continue reading…