LeAnne graced Boity Thulo’s launch

Who’s who at Boity Thulo’s launch

The Sunday Independent - - FRONT PAGE - CON STANCE GA AN A KG OMO

THERE is never an easy so­lu­tion to weight loss, es­pe­cially in the days where quick-fixes mush­room from all over the place, and we are al­ways warned about fall­ing prey to il­le­gal prod­ucts that flood­ing the mar­ket.

How­ever, on the pos­i­tive side, on Wed­nes­day night we wit­nessed the launch of TV per­son­al­ity Boity Thulo’s body ton­ing sup­ple­ment pills. Boity is in part­ner­ship with Rasheed Pa­tel and Leg­end Mangqele, and she says the busi­ness ven­ture has been in the mak­ing for four years.

The Munro Bou­tique Ho­tel was abuzz with the who’s who of the en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try. We sat pool side, sip­ping on bub­bles as we were ser­e­naded by a band’s cov­ers of John Leg­end songs, among oth­ers.

Aza­nia Mosaka ar­rived, look­ing very stylishly dressed in a black ball gown, and she took the helm of host­ess with aplomb. Media mogul Khanyi Dhlomo was the guest speaker on the night. She has been Boity’s men­tor since 2015 and spoke about the im­por­tance of find­ing one­self and dis­cov­er­ing one’s po­ten­tial. Her speech left guests feel­ing in­spired.

Boity’s speech re­sulted in her mother, Modiehi Thulo, get­ting emo­tional; it must be amaz­ing to wit­ness your child break bound­aries, es­pe­cially in an in­dus­try that’s pre­dom­i­nantly for­eign to black-owned com­pa­nies.

Thulo wore a white gown and walked about greet­ing and talk­ing to the guests, some­thing that added an in­ti­mate touch to the launch.

It seemed like a fam­ily af­fair, be­cause both Pa­tel and Mangqele’s fam­i­lies were there to cel­e­brate with them.

TV PER­SON­AL­ITY: Boity Thulo launches a new slim­ming prod­uct. PIC­TURES: SIMPHIWE MBOKAZI

GUEST: Dr Smile Lexleo, celebrity den­tist.

LeAnne Dlamini

Baset­sana Ku­malo

Modiehi Thulo

STYLISH: Aza­nia Mosaka, the evening’s host­ess.

GUEST SPEAKER: Khanyi Dlomo, media mogul.

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