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Zakithi from Imbewu left everyone in frenzy on social media with her new look

They say life is all about changes, and that also means that it is needed for a person to have a new look once just to see that massive hidden beauty. Hairstyles and dressing style are usually the best way of 'change'. Have you ever imagined Zakithi from Imbewu in weaves, especially long ones? I highly doubt.

Nokubonga Khuzwayo is the South African actress best known for her character as 'Zakithi' she plays on the Etv's drama series; Imbewu: The Seed. Zakithi is that one lady who dresses nicely with her short hair, she never puts weaves on her head, and short hair is what we're used to see on her and it actually suits her perfectly. Even in real life, she loves same hairstyles as the ones onscreen.

This 37 year-old Umlazi born star has just left almost everyone surprised and in frenzy on social media after she shared a picture of herself in a long stunning weave. The caption of the post reads: "Brown skin girl ❤". She looks absolutely gorgeous and the weave suits her perfectly and flawlessly, even fans and other Mzansi celebrities were complementing her_ telling her how beautiful she looks with her new look.

Some of the fans were questioning if it is really her or her twin sister, remember that Nokubonga has an identical twin sister; Nokwanda Khuzwayo who is also Imbewu: The seed actress, playing the character of Futhi who happens to be Zakithi's half sister. Nokwanda is in fond of long hairstyles like braids and all that, and that's actually how lot of are able to differentiate who is who between the two of them.

The comments from fans were like:

"You look absolutely beautiful, Is this really you?"

"The hair suits you perfectly my love, you are so stunning"

"Wooow! God's planed work of art.. surend!"

"Oh! My crush you look so beautiful"

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