Actress and businesswoman Connie Ferguson hosted a Ferguson Foundation Gala dinner on Friday in memory of her late husband Shona. Shona sadly died last year due to Covid-19 complications. It was reported the gala was postponed severally because of the Covid-19 restrictions and finally it took place.
We'll be looking at what some of the celebrities wore at the event.
Lorraine Moropa who plays Olerato on Ferguson films production "The queen" was in attendance. The beauty wore a shiny blue and silver dress with a long a slit.
Former Miss SA contestant Bridget Masinga who was the MC wore a red dress.
The other queen actors who attended were Khumbuza Meyiwa (Bambatha), Craig Nobela(Nkosiyabo) and Ntobeko Mathebula (Cebolihle). They all wore suits.
Connie ferguson 's daughter Lesedi wore a black lacy dress with a slit.
Forex trader Cashflow Ngcobo wore a black suit.
Businessman Collins Mashawana attended with his brother and they both wore suits, while Minister Lindiwe Zulu wore a long black and white dress.
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