The sort of shoes a woman wears may reveal a lot about her personality, and some of our favorite local celebs are letting us know how great they are in their heels.
Some Mzansi celebrities are so enamored with shoes that they will pay top money for a nice pair of designer heels.
Despite the weak rand, these celebs make every effort to look their best whenever they walk the red carpet or have lunch with their pals.
Mzansi celebrities are usually on point and look great in anything they wear. So we set out on a quest today to upload those sexxxy heels and see how glamorous they appear. Boity Thulo is at the top of our list, and we adore how she mixes and matches her outfits to appear even better.
1. Boity Thulo.
She always has a lovely and amazing appearance.
2. Buhle Samuels.
Lovely and attractive at all times In heels, you're stunning.
3. Bonang Matheba.
Bonang Matheba is a self-professed shoe connoisseur who is willing to pay top cash for a pair of high heels.
Earlier last year, the TV host spent R11 000 on a pair of Guiseppe Zanotti shoes. She flaunted her purchase on Instagram in February, and it's clear why she adores the glistening black heels.
4. Lerato Kganyago
She has an incredible shoe collection. Everything receives the proper shoe treatment, from a pair of jeans to an expensive gown.
When the radio and television star visits abroad, she brings a suitcase full of shoes back to South Africa. The higher the heel, the more content Lerato appears to be.
5. Minnie Dlamini.
Minnie Dlamini loves getting dressed up, even if it's just for a radio interview.
The TV host is a girly female who dresses up for sporting events. Her shoe game gets a ten out of ten from us.
6. Pearl Thusi.
Every time Pearl Thusi walks the red carpet, we have a case of shoe envy.
She also never misses a step when she walks out the door. It could have something to do with the fact that, thanks to a nice arrangement with a leading shoemaker, she has access to dozens of shoes.
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