Saturday 2019-01-19




By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-02-15

Indeed Swazi culture is a beautiful ethnicity as more international celebrities   mostly South Africans are fond of the country’s traditions.

Yesterday, South African TV Personality and Business Woman Uyanda Mbuli gave a ‘shout out’ to the Swazi culture as she took to Twitter, where she tweeted a video of Lutsango doing a traditional dance whilst rendering a Valentine’s Day song in the SiSwati language. “Ngitsi ng'tsats'ungbeke la, lusukulwe Valentine’’ were a few lines of the song.

 Mbuli ‘s tweet, which came at just about 10am yesterday came with the caption, “What better way to say Happy Valentines than to have Swazi Women sing to you?”

The video received over 800 views, 200 reactions by 11am - an hour after Mbuli had tweeted.

  Swazi Twitter user retweeted, “Our culture is beautiful indeed.

 Another user said, “Thank you Mbuli, our culture is the best.”

Worth noting is that the video has been trending on social media receiving a resounding response from the public at large.

Uyanda Mbuli is a South African TV Personality best known for her role as Nomonde in the SABC1 drama series Tshisa. Mbuli is also an Award-winning style icon and founder of Diamond Face Couture; South Africa's young and fabulous clothing line for women. DFC has a high-end boutique store based at The Zone, Rosebank and Johannesburg.

Uyanda first entered South African entertainment while still studying at University of the Western Cape; in 1996, she was crowned Miss Cape Town, Miss Mpumalanga and hosted a talk show on Ligwalagwala FM, a position as youth Editor of the Lowvelder and Mpumalanga News.

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