Cham­pagne bub­bles and break­fast

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Break­fast is the most im­por­tant meal of the day and lux­ury-Cham­pagne maker GH Mumm made sure the women in media were well catered for at the Icon of Vic­tory break­fast held at The Cod­fa­ther res­tau­rant at the Sand­ton Skye ho­tel.

On ar­rival, guests were greeted with a glass of chilled Cham­pagne. I might have had a few glasses be­fore the real break­fast, which was a great spread for guests to choose from. There were three op­tions: a pan­cake break­fast; the chef’s break­fast, which I en­joyed; and the salmon break­fast. A touch of deep House mu­sic set the tone for a classy af­fair and the old-school hip-hop jams weren’t bad ei­ther.

Many a selfie was taken as guests pouted and smiled for their cam­eras, cap­tur­ing their best sides at the morn­ing shindig. Among the guests were ac­tress Terry Pheto, DJ and pre­sen­ter Penny Le­byane, and busi­ness­woman Gerry Rantseli-Els­don, who turned up look­ing chic for the event. Sports pre­sen­ter Romy Ti­tus’ box braids were ev­ery­thing and more for this sea­son’s hair trend.

Ac­tress and pre­sen­ter Pearl Thusi ar­rived fash­ion­ably late and I couldn’t stop star­ing at her fin­gers af­ter the im­age she had posted of a sparkler of a ring, which sparked ru­mours of an en­gage­ment. But there was no sign of the ring on her fin­ger.

Guests had the op­por­tu­nity to min­gle and chat, and start their day af­ter an in­spir­ing talk.

What a stylish way to round off Women’s Month.

PHOTO: LUN­GELO MBULWANA PHOTO: MUNTU VI­LAKAZI

STARRY, STARRY NIGHT From left: Maps Maponyane, Lungile Radu, Kag­iso Lediga, Terry Pheto, Nomzamo Mbatha and Mam­pho Bres­cia at the pre­miere of Tell Me Sweet Some­thing GOOD MORN­ING, SA Penny Le­byane takes a breather at the GH Mumm Cham­pagne break­fast

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