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In pics – Style Crush of the day Thembi Seete

In honour of one of South Africa’s stylish singers Thembi Seete, we bring you her most memorable fashion hits. After 25 years in the spotlight, Thembi Seete still appears on the lists of the most stylish South African celebrities.

Thembi Seete

Thembi has definitely secured her place in South Africa’s fashion hall of fame. In the 90s little girls across South Africa were caught in a Boomshaka frenzy. Hairstyles were box braids and goddess ponytails, blonde braids and if you were really bold, red or silver curls. Kwaito was the soundtrack of many childhoods and Thembi Seete has been a fashion idol for many of us since then. Thembi’s style may have changed drastically, but her pioneering fashion sense keeps her on the list of South Africa’s most fashionable celebrities.

 

It’s impossible to tell Thembi’s age just by looking at her or the way she dresses. At 43, Thembi has certainly found the fountain of youth and is taking full advantage of her endless youth and continues to set trends and look absolutely gorgeous wearing whatever she wants.

 Thembi Seete

With Thembi you can expect the unexpected. There’s no predicting what look she’ll go for next, but elegance and style are always a given. After 25 years of watching Thembi’s style as she transformed and adapted to the different chapters of her life, it’s still impossible to predict what she’ll wear, and we don’t need to! All we know is we want it too.

In other news – Ntsiki Mazwai questions if President Ramaphosa can survive on R350 Per Month

Poetess Ntsiki Mazwai has questioned whether President Cyril Ramaphosa can be able to survive on R350 per month for 6 months. This comes after the national address on April 21 on measures taken by government to relieve South Africans financially in order to survive the lockdown. For many, R350 for the unemployed is better than nothing, however for people like Ntsiki Mazwai it is just not enough looking at the price of necessities such as meat and rent. Read more

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