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Cheers to all the Cham­pagne lovers

Be­fore Shwa cel­e­brated World Cham­pagne Day on Fri­day, the night be­fore I rocked the Veuve Clic­quot Elle Boss Awards. It felt like Shwa was in the Cham­pagne wine re­gion of France with the in­ti­mate din­ner setup el­e­gantly trans­formed to look like that.

Such a glam­orous af­fair. Cheers!

Wo­mandla

Shwa was in the com­pany of pow­er­ful and great women. I had to pinch my­self at one stage – from Carol Bouwer to Khanyi Dhlomo and Iman Rap­petti. Such age­less beau­ties in all senses – body, mind and en­ergy.

Peo­ple given what they want

There were just pos­i­tive vibes in the room all night with Nomzamo Mbatha as host. She was wear­ing the most stun­ning power suit, with a peek­a­boo cleav­age to die for. Yaaas gal, give the peo­ple what they want.

And mama said stick to­gether

The sis­ter­hood bond be­tween Anele Mdoda and Tumi Mo­rake at the launch of Tumi’s new book And Then Mama Said was just en­dear­ing. Anele must just go into com­edy be­cause her comic tim­ing is on point. Tumi’s ac­tor hus­band Mpho OseiTutu and fam­ily looked su­per proud of her.

Rami sure fits lively mom role

Shwa’s fave so­cialite

Rami Chuene was a re­laxed African god­dess in an elec­tric print as she sup­ported her good friend Tumi Mo­rake. Since the book was in­spired by Tumi’s feisty mother, she said if it were to be turned into a film Rami should be cast as her mother. Shwa totes agrees!

What was that mess, Di­neo?

Don’t know what hap­pened to Di­neo Moeketsi on the night, but she was look­ing like a drag queen. Take it down a notch sis. Too much hair, over­done make-up and what’s up with that lace that looked like it was made for grandma’s cur­tains? Is it called Boks­burg couture honey?

Stick to one trend, boo

When bad fash­ion hap­pens to good peo­ple.

I’m talk­ing about you Tumi Voster. It’s time for a style in­ter­ven­tion boo. Pick a trend and stick to it. Ei­ther you are go­ing to travel back to the 80s disco era with those shoul­der pads or just stick to the hideous print that looked busier than the bath­room at Maponya Mall.

Joke is on you, Ras­dien

Shwa needs to stop perv­ing over mar­ried men, but Ndu­miso Lindi is a god­damn fine brother. Since we can no longer claim Trevor Noah, it’s great to see a co­me­dian look­ing af­ter him­self.

Please give some style tips to your fel­low co­me­dian Joey Ras­dien. Just be­cause you were a teenager once doesn’t mean you should dress like one all your life, Joey.

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