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Meet the Ndebele granny who painted a Rolls-Royce.

One of the most unique cultures in South Africa is the Ndebele tribe, although they are one culture that may be overlooked in South Africa. Ndebele people are some of the most unique painters in the country. If you know the Ndebele tribe then you know how good they are with painting and patterning and that is apparent on their traditional attire.

One lady who has left o huge mark on the world is Esther Mahlangu. Esther Mahlangu is a South African artist who has worked with o many local and international brands, which we'll mention in the article.

Esther Mahlangu has been honored with a doctorate from the university of Johannesburg. And she earned this doctorate because of her great contributions to the society and South Africa as a whole, she has put the Ndebele culture on the map of the world.

Esther has worked with some of the biggest local brands in South Africa, brands like Tastic rice and freshpak have worked with her and she has made these brands stand out even more on the store shelves, if you buy rice often then you have probably noticed that the Tastic rice branding had changed and took up a colorful touch. This is the same with the South African tea brand Freshpak, it also changed to a similar style that Tastic rice had. Let's not forget that she's worked with Albany bread as well.

One of the most prestigious honors that Esther Mahlangu has had is working with a well known south African car collector to paint a Rolls-Royce.

This has earned Esther a reputation as a world renowned artist. Rolls-Royce is, if not the biggest luxury car brands in the world, so getting the honor to custom one is a huge success for anyone. Esther has surely established herself and has put South Africa on the global map.

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