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By Ayanda Dlamini | 2021-04-08

THE future looks bright for the Mdladla family as one of the daughters Simo has joined the Coca Cola South Africa family. Well known on social media with over 40 000 followers on Instagram to be precise, Simo is a seasoned chef as she owns ‘Set The Table’ catering entity based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The beauty with brains announced the good news on her social media platforms as she stated, “Remember when I told you guys I have a new family? Super excited to officially announce that I’ve joined the @cocacolaza family! “Looking forward to sharing all the moments with you guys over the next couple of months!” This statement was accompanied by a short beautiful video of Simo dancing and sipping on a Coca-Cola can. Her post received a resounding response from her friends and fans as they congratulated her on this beautiful endorsement. Simo is a culinary arts graduate and experienced brand ambassador with a demonstrated history in event planning, entrepreneurship, social media advertising, social media communications and sales. It is worth noting that she is one of the Eswatini renowned lawyers S’dumo Mdladla’s daughter. Pandemic Despite the pandemic, Coca-Cola recently launched a movement dubbed; #CokeDance TheFeeling which is basically engaging the youth to reimagine how to connect in the face of physical distancing. Just a reminder, Coca-Cola is the most popular and biggest-selling soft drink in history, as well as the best-known product in the world.

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