20 Most Beautiful Women In South Africa
South Africa is made of up the African most beautiful and sexy women. some of these women are celebrities while surprisingly some of them are just people living and working on their own.
When you see a South African women, the first thing you will notice from them is their caring nature, their beauty and their fantastic figures. You don’t need to search to find a pretty woman in South African because they are everywhere.
As a man, if you do not have Self control in South Africa, you will kill yourself on top of women. South African women are not just facially beautiful alone, their shape, their figure, their hips, their boobs and other endowments can drive a man crazy. This is why men in south Africa find it extremely hard to be faithful, because today you are with this woman whom you think has it all, the next day you will see another having it double.
In fact South Africa is a home of fun. In the world at large, South African is among the first ten countries with the most beautiful, sexy, naughty and craziest women. South African women are just something else when it comes to ….
However, as crazy as most of this south African women are, it may surprise you to know that they are very industrious and caring , they are homely and they are intelligent. it is not a news that South African women are more industrious than their men. Men from other countries travel to South Africa for a greener pastures, they go there and make excess money and then begin to take care of South African women. This makes it difficult for South African men to be enjoying their women. The report is that some South African Men are lazy and notr too caring, some of them are drug addictes and thus their women always them and run to men from other countries especially men from Nigeria.
However it should be noted that being ;lazy or a drug addict is an individual decision. Most South African men are hard working, intelligent and caring. When you see a focused South African man, no one competes with him in Africa as a whole.
Today we shall be talking about the 20 most beautiful South African women. This ranking is based on the physical appearance, industriousness and charcater. The list can never be exhaustive. We will only list very few.
- THANDO THABETHE:Thando Thabethe was born on the 18 June 1990. She is a South African actress, radio DJ, television host and the first ever African brand ambassador for Nivea. .She also is a presenter on her television show on channel TLC Thando Bares All.She played the role of Nolwazi Buzo on the South African soap opera, from 2014-2017 on Generations:The Legacy. She is also a radio DJ on 5FM, having started her radio career in 2008 at UJFM before moving to popular youth radio station YFM in 2011.At the same time she landed the lead role of Thando Nkosi in the hit sitcom My Perfect Family which went on to see 3 seasons. She later joined 5FM in 2013 on The Roger Goode Show before landing her own show weekdays on 5FM, The Thando Thabooty Show The Thabooty Drive. Other prominent work include, club 808, Intersexions, Ngempela, Kowethu, 1s and 2s, and Single Guys. Thando’s father died when she was in grade 8.
2. MINNIE DLAMINI: simply known as Minnie, is a South African on-air personality, actress and model. She was born on the 7 July 1990.
She was born to Jabulani and Queen Dlamini in Durban , KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. She had her early education at Northlands Girls’ High School before she proceeded to the University of Cape Town where she studied film, media, drama and economics.
While studying at the University of Cape Town, Dlamini was a presenter for LIVE on 16 June 2010 after she made her debut screen appearance while covering the “Youth Day” and “World Cup celebrations” shows.
She later co-hosted Mzansi Insider, a SABC 1’s lifestyle show. In 2012, she resigned from the show in order to pursue a career in acting. In 2013, Minnie switched to sports broadcasting by co-hosting Soccerzone with Thomas Mlambo until in 2016 when the show’s format was changed by SABC 1.
She has since co-hosted several local and international award ceremonies including the 14th Metro FM Music Awards, 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, the PSL Awards and the South African Film and Television Awards. You cannot talk about South African beautiful women without mentioning Minnie Dlamini. She has all it takes, facially, structural, behavioral and insdusrially.
Becker was born in George, Western Cape province and raised in Cape Town. She is of Cape Coloured descent.
Becker has spoken about growing up lonely on a small holding because her mother and stepfather were in a mixed-raced marriage that was illegal at the time under apartheid laws in South Africa. She earned a BSC Science from the University of Cape Town in 2004.
Becker started her career as an announcer on Good Hope FM, a regional radio station affiliated with the South African Broadcasting Corporation. Later, she moved into television and was a presenter on the long-running glamour show Top Billing.
As an actress, Becker appeared alongside Meg Ryan and William H. Macy in The Deal (2008), John Malkovich in Disgrace (2008), the film adaptation of J.M. Coetzee‘s novel of the same name and also starred in Tremors 5: Bloodlines.
Even a blind person can feel Becker’s beauty. She has it all round and her beauty is capab;le of causing trouble among men. She is not only facilly beautiful but also beautiful at heart, elegant, principled, industrious and focused. You can hardly talk about the South African Beauty Goddesses without mentioning Natalia Becker.
4. BONANG MATHEBA:
Bonang Dorothy Matheba was born on the 25 June 1987 in Mahikeng, North West, . She is a South African television presenter, radio personality, businesswoman, producer, model and philanthropist. She was the first black South African to be featured on numerous magazines.]
She is known for her flamboyant presenting skills and her signature voice. She presented the SABC 1 music show LIVE (now Live Amp) which built her spotlight in the industry.
In 2011, she became the first South African celebrity to launch an online reality show called B*Dazzled. In 2013, she was the first international ambassador for the cosmetic brand Revlon, outside the US.
In 2016, she graced the cover of Forbes Woman Africa alongside 3 other women who were all given a headline for being the Faces of Entrepreneurship. She released her book From A to B and premiered her own reality show Being Bonang, both in 2017. In 2018, she was featured on the power issue of GQ SA for the September edition.
In 2008, Matheba made a collaboration with retailer Legit in launching her first clothing line, “Just B”. She then partnered with a London-based designer to create a handbag collection called “Baby Star. In 2013, she was named the ambassador of cosmetic brand Revlon in South Africa.The deal made her the first international ambassador for the brand outside the United States. Bonang Matheba is beautiful all round. She has all it takes and very industrious.
5. JOLENE MARTIN MORGAN:
Jolene Martin is a television personality, anchor, MC and businesswoman. She has graced our screens for over 17 years, since the birth of her career as a ‘child presenter’ in Cape Town. She honed her skills as a sitcom actress, working with some of the countries finest producers and directors.
Jolene’s celebrated live television skills are highly sought after at corporate and social events across the country and abroad. This is evident in her international bookings as director of ceremonies at the South African High Commission Celebratory Event in Singapore, the United Nations New Years celebration in Ethiopia and the Shaka Franklin Foundation Gala in Denver Colorado.
Most recently she acted as MC for the South African Reserve Bank‘s 90th Anniversary and the MTN Africa/Middle East Yellow Stars Awards gala event. Jolene has 6 years under her belt as a channel anchor for a leading banking brand. She sits on the board of The Eldorado Women’s Forum, which is aimed at assisting victims of abuse and human trafficking.
She is a beauty personified. You cannot talk about beautiful, industrious, principled and rich yet humble South African women without mentioning Jolene Martin Morgan.
6. NANDI MADIDA:
Nandi Madida is a South African singer, actress, model and television presenter. She was born on the 20th March 1988 in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Nandi studied law at UKZN as against his plan of studying journalism. Nandi began performing at the tender age of four when she was cast as a lead ballerina in a ballet. She went on to do modelling and she was able to win numerous titles including the prestigious Miss Junior RSA title.
Nandi is married to Zakhele Madida professionally known as Zakes Bantwini who is a multi-award-winning South African singer, record producer and businessman from KwaMashu F-section, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
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