Congratulations are in order for medical doctor Thato Mosehle, who has announced that she is engaged to her mystery bae. Love is always alive and in the air in Zalebville. This year there has been a parade of engagement and marriage announcements and we love to see it when our favourite celebs introduce us to the people who make their hearts skip a beat .
The model took to her Instagram account to give us a first look at her sparkling engagement ring that sealed the deal and it looks stunning. She made the announcement in a gleeful Instagram post, “I’ve found the one whom my soul loves. I said YES!!” she captioned the post.
Thato got engaged at Inanda Dam in KwaZulu-Natal and she chose not to show us her bae’s face and only showed us his back view. Ever since she made the announcement there has been an outpouring of congratulations and her fans flooded her comment section with best wishes for her and her bae as they embark on this new journey
It is unclear how long this lovely pairing had been riding for but they look happy together. This has been a great year for the model.
She became the second runner up at the Miss supranational pageant held in Poland in August. Taking to Instagram to reflect on the journey, Thato said, “It’s been 2 weeks since the @misssupranational final night! It has been an incredible journey, and what made it more special was meeting the people who put in soo much work into making sure we got the most out of it. Thank you @porxild for being a true Queen and great inspiration. Thank you @andre.sleigh for your selflessness, your passion for uplifting others was so amazing to witness! I can’t wait to see my Supra Family again.
Thato won the hearts of many people when she became the first runner up of Miss South Africa 2021. In a press briefing she told the media that said empowering one another with opportunities, to build a society full of generous people is close to her heart.
For me, my message will still be the same but, I think the organization has a responsibility to refine our messages in a more amplified and powerful way. My message is one of giving people opportunities I am who I am because people gave me opportunities,” echoed Dr Thato.
“South Africa is a resilient country and our history speaks for itself that we have overcome so many things and this is one of the giants we will also overcome. I think the message that we got from each other is to stick together because we are all experiencing pain and if you see that someone is in need just lend a helping hand because people think I am not going to help everyone but that one makes a difference so for me it is about quality, not quantity,” she concluded.
In other news – President Cyril Ramaphosa to meet and discuss with King Mswati III amid political crisis
President Cyril Ramaphosa will undertake today, a working visit to neighbouring eSwatini for deliberations on political and security developments in the Kingdom.
Ramaphosa, who is the chairperson of the SADC organ on politics, defence and security co-operation will have an audience with King Mswati III. Learn more