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Min­nie Dlamini

TV dar­ling Dlamini says 2016 is about mak­ing sure that ev­ery­thing is big­ger and bet­ter. “This year was about plant­ing seeds and 2016 is about reap­ing. I have an ex­cit­ing year ahead. I’ll be host­ing an in­ter­na­tional awards show in Nige­ria. I’m just look­ing at ex­pand­ing and di­ver­si­fy­ing.”

Zizo Beda

TV pre­sen­ter and new­ly­wed Beda, who is mar­ried to May­ihlome Tsh­wete, home af­fairs deputy di­rec­tor-gen­eral, has four res­o­lu­tions for 2016. “I want to make time to read, take time off from work to en­joy my fam­ily and see projects that were in the pipe­line in 2015 come to life next year.” In ad­di­tion, she wants to grow even more spir­i­tu­ally.

Mbali Mlotshwa

Busi­ness­woman and ac­tress Mlotshwa says she is ter­ri­ble when it comes to mak­ing New Year’s res­o­lu­tions be­cause she ends up chang­ing them as the year pro­gresses. But that won’t stop her from mak­ing res­o­lu­tions for 2016 any­way. “I would like for ev­ery­thing I touch to turn into what I want it to be. I would also like my ma­ter­nity cloth­ing line, SE Preg­goz, to ex­pand through­out the rest of Africa.”

Cassper Ny­ovest

Rap­per Ny­ovest says his mis­sion for 2016 is to work harder and ig­nore the pol­i­tics in the mu­sic in­dus­try.

Robert Gumede

Busi­ness­man Gumede, who owns tech­nol­ogy com­pany Gi­ji­maAST, has sim­ple New Year’s res­o­lu­tions. The well-con­nected busi­ness­man wants more love, peace and pros­per­ity.

DJ Zinhle

DJ Zinhle has only one res­o­lu­tion for 2016. She wants to travel the world more. The pop­u­lar DJ re­cently told Grazia mag­a­zine that she has been think­ing of re­lo­cat­ing over­seas, with Mi­ami be­ing at the very top of the list. “I feel like there is so much to see and do when you travel. I want Kairo [her son with rap­per AKA] to ex­pe­ri­ence those things.”

Siphiwe Tsha­bal­ala

Kaizer Chiefs cap­tain Tsha­bal­ala hasn’t made any res­o­lu­tions for 2016 as yet, but he says he just wants to keep on work­ing hard on his soc­cer ca­reer and as a busi­ness­man. “Most im­por­tantly, I just want to make a dif­fer­ence in other peo­ple’s lives.”

NEW BE­GIN­NINGS From left: Min­nie Dlamini, Zizo Beda, Mbali Mlotshwa, Cassper Ny­ovest, Robert Gumede (in­sert), DJ Zinhle and Siphiwe Tsha­bal­ala

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