Amanda Du-Pont is the latest celebrity to inundate fans with her Heritage day outfit and we are totally obsessed with it, I mean why not.
Every once in a year South Africa dedicate one day for its citizens to go back to their roots and celebrate their cultures. Although in recent years Minnie Dlamini used to be the one who overwhelmed fans with her Heritage day attire, this time around Amanda Du-Pont went all out.
The Eswatini born actress donned a red and white dress that symbolizes the Swazi culture. Usually the Swazi print fabric has the face of King Mswati, but it's all clear that the actress didn't want to associate herself with such a controversial leader especially after what he did to his people earlier this year.
The actress now turned-businesswoman accessorized her look with a traditional beaded necklace and a multicolor purse. She also opted for pure white stilettos just to compliment her dress. Captioning the post, this is what Amanda Du-Pont wrote.
"Happy Heritage day. May we celebrate this uniqueness of our culture which is the very gold that makes us stand out from the rest of the world! Maye kuhle kuba nemasiko nesintfu."
Meanwhile this is how fans reacted to her look on the comment section.
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