Saturday, August 29, 2009

Thursday, August 27, 2009

*Love it! Love it! Love it* I-D Magazine

*PRETTY YOUNG THINGS INDEED*






**I'm on the online magazine Studio 83 as Chicks Dig Thursday check it out on www.studio83.co.za**

CHECK IT OUT! :)

x








http://studio83.co.za






She's definitely running for being the best she can BE! :)

With her blog titled Still in the running for being the best I can BE!
This ambitious, humble and determined young freelance journalist is definitely gonna take over the world!

Her work is amazing as a strong female and being period. she's definitely an inspiration! Big up girl!

*Check her awsome blog out*
http://stillunathi.blogspot.com/
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I present to you, my dear friend Precious and her show Precious Africa.




SABC1 introduces an African television reality/documentary series, which covers seven African countries, showing their struggles and triumphs through adversity.By teaching the current generations of their ancestral greatness the hope is to inspire them to go out there and learn about their continent and learn to love their heritage as Africans.The 13-part reality travel series aims to connect and showcase youth around Africa. The show seeks to uncover Africa one day at a time, discovering and exploring sights, sounds, people and places that cannot be found in a travel book or magazine.Precious embarks on a journey which is always surprising, refreshing and exciting. Myths are exploded and stereotypes shattered as the series shows the real vibrancy of a modern Africa.Precious meets an individual from one of the African countries and spends a few days living in their place – experiencing their lives, meeting their friends and families and becoming exposed to the challenges they face in their daily lives.She lives in their homes, works with them in their jobs and immerses herself in their cultures.The show takes the form of a three-act expose into the life of one African through the eyes of Precious.The episodic arc of the show is supported by three acts, the first being the background story of our host. This act will introduce the viewer to the host and contextualise them. Who are they? Where do they live? Why do we want to meet them?They could be a Masai girl from Kenya about to endure female circumcision; a youth enjoying the club culture at the DRC; tasking Tuo Zanfi in Ghana; sharing life experiences with a child soldier from Uganda, or dancing to mbalax (Western pop music) in Senegal.The second act is the exploration of their environment; their relationship with their family; and their friends and work relations.Through all these, Precious experiences the world they live in, allowing her to understand their fears and desires and putting a personality to statistics.The third act reveals the growth of our knowledge of Precious and her host, revealing perspectives gained by both parties. The people that Precious encounters come from a variety of different lives, some urbanized and others rural.They come from all walks of life and the only thing that they share in common is a similar age. Gotta love PRECIOUS AFRICA.http://www.tvsa.co.za/

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

For my 40th post i wanted to share my love for my sisters style! Love ya! x




My sister Langa has so much swag its ILLEGAL. She's always been a fashionista and she does so effortlessly. I know she's gonna kill me for posting a picture of her when she was 15 years old (she's now 18years old) but her style and beauty is always present regardless her age. You're my inspiration, keep rocking your frocks. And i love how you've always been rocking that beautiful AFRO!



This pic is of her when she was apart of a TV show called Famous! Yeah, she's the one with the fro! :)
And this pic from last year(2008) (L-R) is of Myself, My sister Langa(love her Zulu/modern inspired attire), Friend S'ne and khanya


x

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Almost halfway through my 21st year..

So i'm halfway through this year of being a 21 year old, and i think its important for one to reflect on their life. For one i know i've grown alot this year positively and have really embraced the existence of God in my life..i think if you ever have a chance just to reflect and assess where you are in life and where you want to be, you should really do it .
Reaching your full potential in anything you do is so important, and i think alot of us are guilty of not doing so. We naturally get trapped in the limitations of this world, you know the other human beings who burp and fart just like you and me:)LOL(i've become a victim of this) and wait for things to happen or are too afraid to make them happen for themselves.
I say whats the harm in trying and so what if you fail..you're not dead, so keep on trying..i've noticed thats what makes true achievers, not being afraid to fail and get back up. I'm a law student so i know challenges, aspiring entertainer and child of God who honestly has had to
re-access my view of life.
Because i was such a control freak i always wanted things to happen now for me, which didn't always happen..and through that i learnt that i need to trust in my creator and realize that as long as i do my best, there's nothing i can regret.
So i want to thank the Lord for being with me and all of you in this wonderful concept called life! Enjoy it and GOD BLESS xx


x

Photoshoot and script..:)


*Was apart of such an amazing shoot *sigh*, which i will post photos for soon, just amazing!

*Also amazing was the script i got given to read and consider doing, the synopsis is just out of this world..

So all in all i came to the conclusion that there are such amazing creatives in the world! BIG UP!":)

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

ZZZZZZZZZZZEBRA..






*Alot of you fashionistas liked my zebra print post, so heres another pic of the same outfit. I was really young here ..sigh(its a bit try hard) LMAO!* :)
x

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

My heritage..Khoi-san :)


*Being a South African i absolutely adore this picture of this khoi-san lady with so much swag, as many may know the khoi-san are the indigeneous people of South Africa.. It truly makes me proud to have such heritage in my blood. Damn she looks FLY!! :)
*I heart her hippie/bohemian style*


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Back in 2003..

Its funny how OLD you think you are as a kid!!..



I mean honestly..SMH








*HOT! HOT! HOT! ALERT!.....STUDIO 83. www.studio83.co.za




STUDIO 83

Is FRESH on so many levels..everyone should watchout for this online magazine. George Gladwin Matsheke has created a world of escapism for creative lovers. I personally am a sucker for originality and good work and thats why this online magazine works for me so..CHECK IT OUT! :)

*This pic is from last year..my hair has grown so much since(time flies).Oh Hair is not that Intense! Everyone should feel free2do what they like:)*


So many ladies in South Africa wear their HAIR short..its the same in Kenya. I even shaved my hair last year(as the pic shows above)..so i was surprised at the hype there was surrounding these ladies shaving theirs.. I say BIG UP on being an individual in anything you do!!



I guess its the culture of a place.. i know in South Africa, people have all different hairstyles from short to long, real or fake. I really dig that about SA you can do wateva you want to your hair :)
*Embracing diversity is a beautiful thing! And no-one should feel the need to conform! Yeyi!


*Enjoy life coz you live ONCE!!!*
x



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*Missing my camera...lots of hot style looks to come:)


Pics i took in March..Before going out with friends. x



Monday, August 3, 2009

THE BIRTH OF GREAT THINGS...AS LONG AS I HAVE GOD WITH ME..

SANIBONANDI MEDIA



Almost finished my law degree and today i felt was the right time to register my CC, and although the brand will be taking baby steps...this baby's future is bright! :)
*Oh and for my fellow bloggers! SANIBONANDI is a combination of SANIBONANI= Which means HELLO (a greeting) to a group of people, in Zulu.+ NANDI which is my name! Yeyi! Making it
SANIBONANDI