The former brilliant Imbewu actress, who played the character of Kamadonsela on the ETV hit show, Fundiswa Zwane has just started her own fragrance brand range. The knew fragrance is named 'Camagu' and has currently been launched. The actress has stated that the fragrance is already established in the African market and set to succeed.
When speaking to the Dailysun, Fundiswa states that "To put Camagu out into the market is just an extention of my creative, and artistic side and has been fun". Furthermore, the name of the fragrance is influenced by Fundiswa's life's journey and experiences in her life. "The name is derived from the unanimous agreement, as it means let it be so.
I have taken up space in a unanimous agreement with audiences who have loved my art", she added. However, the process of producing the fragrance has been time consuming on the actress's side and efforts, as much of it has been caused by the bad effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Still, the actress and her team eventually prevailed throughout it all, thanks to the power of collaboration and teamwork.
Fundiswa, additionally commented, in response to the public's feedback that she is overwhelmed by the support of her fans. "Messages of support and love have been testament to how people love what I have to offer, thus I appreciate and love it also",she concluded. The Camagu fragrance by the actress is ready for purchase on the Fundiswa Zwane website, get yours now!
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