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Video: Minnie Dlamini’s ‘evil’ look at Shauwn Mkhize leaves social media talking

Mzansi businesswoman Shauwn Mkhize and her son Andile Mpisane were partying it up this past weekend at Ntosifiso Garden in Kwaggafontein, Mpumalanga. She was joined by socialite Kefilwe Mabote and others to enjoy a homecoming hosted by Bafana Sindane.

Sharing what went down during the party, she posted a short video clip highlighting the entire night. We see her dancing and drinking the night away with her entourage and also hugging Pearl Thusi who was with Minnie Dlamini.

Her followers noticed how hostile Minnie’s face was when Shauwn was talking to Pearl. Mama Panther showed excitement when talking to Pearl, but Minnie’s reaction was rather, awkward.

Captioning her video, Shauwn wrote; “This is how I wrapped up the weekend. Bafana, thank you for inviting me to your son’s homecoming to not only witness his coming of age but also present him with a car that you bought for him. What a special gesture.

“The genuine love and support I received was nothing short of amazing. Thank you Mpumalanga we had plenty of fun but now it’s time to get back on the grind,” she finished off.



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Here are some of the reactions from her followers:

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With the heavy bodyguard presence, people could not help but wonder if Shauwn Mkhize and her son Andile Mpisane have beefed up security. This follows the drama they are embroiled in with Sithelo Shozi.


In other news – Photos: Singer Nokwazi gets married to the love of her life in a beautiful wedding

South African House music singer and songwriter Nokwazi Dlamini has married the love of her life. Nokwazi and her long-time partner Bongani Hlatshwayo tied the knot over the weekend.

Nokwazi Dlamini

The 44-year-old singer shared the good news on Instagram on Friday, 8 July. Nokwazi from Pietermaritzburg, KZN, posted beautiful photos of their traditional wedding where they wore traditional attires. Learn More

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