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SA 's most gorgeous gays

Mohale Motaung

Mohale is an actor, entrepreneur and ex-husband of Somizi Mhlongo. When Mohale married Somizi, he was in his early 20s, and Somizi was in his 40s. Many will wonder how Somizi was attracted to this young man, but he might have been charmed by his good looks. His wonderful skin and the way he trims his beard which makes him even more attractive.

Phelo Bala

Phelo is one of the Bala Brothers who are well known singers. He grew up singing with his brothers and later joined the gospel group 'joyous celebration'. Not only is he gifted with an angelic voice, he's also good looking. He is taken for those who are wondering if he is single. He got married to TV personality Moshe Ndiki a few years ago. 

Khaya Dladla

When they say confidence and cleanliness makes people beautiful, they are referring to Khaya Dladla. Khaya likes to look good like most gay people. He always makes sure his dreadlocks are clean and styled, as well as his nails.


He is one of the youngest and most successful gay men. Since he's a YouTuber, lasizwe always creates different characters, and lets himself have different hairstyles and wears different clothes, but he still looks good no matter what. He is naturally a handsome young man, probably because his sister Khanyi Mbau is also beautiful.

Gert-Johan Coetzee

Gert is good-looking and stylish. He does a great job as a fashion designer, but he never forgets himself. We all know that most fashion designers prioritize making others beautiful and forget about themselves, but not this one. Oe would think that after working with clients, he probably designs clothes for himself.

Thami Dish

Thami is a good friend of singer Kelly Khumalo. He also appeared on her reality show Living with Kelly and we must say he is very cute. He is clean and has glowing skin.


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