They say that life is all about changes, and that means that a person must have a new look at least once in order to notice that vast hidden beauty. Hairstyles and wearing styles are frequently the most effective means of 'transformation.' Have you ever visualized Imbewu's Zakithi in weaves, particularly long ones? I seriously doubt it.
Nokubonga Khuzwayo is a South African actress best known for her role in the Etv drama series Imbewu: The Seed as 'Zakithi.'
Zakithi is that one lady that dresses properly with her short hair; she never wears weaves on her head, and we're used to seeing her with short hair, which actually suits her completely. She enjoys the same haircuts in real life as she does on film.
After sharing a photo of herself in a long magnificent weave, this 37-year-old Umlazi born diva has shocked and enraged practically everyone on social media. "Brown skin girl," is the caption of the photo. She looks stunning, and the weave complements her brilliantly; even fans and other Mzansi celebrities have been complimenting her on how stunning she appears with her new appearance.
Some fans wondered if it was truly her or her twin sister; remember, Nokubonga has an identical twin sister, Nokwanda Khuzwayo, who also plays Futhi, Zakithi's half sister in Imbewu: The Seed. Nokwanda like long hairstyles like braids and the like, and this is one of the ways that many people can tell who is who between the two of them.
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