Major May highlights… the end of Pearl and Zinhle

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indafrica May 30, 2022
Updated 2022/05/30 at 10:22 AM

The month of May is nearing its end, and the month which was meant to be the last of the warmer months before winter arrives in South Ah has proven to be eventful, to say the least.

From high-highs to low-lows, as we countdown to the month of June, let us take a look back at some of the memorable high-highs and low-lows this month have given us lovers of izi gaxa zendaba.

The highs of May 2022 in Mzansi
Queen Bonang returns to form
Probably the biggest highlight of May was the return of arguably South Ah’s official celebrity Bonang Dorothy Matheba. From co-hosting the AMVCAs, to becoming an social media activist, to finally addressing the ominous House of BNG scandal. Dorothy is back and coming for you one by one, whether it is Minister Nathi Mthethwa, Davin Phillips or Malaria.

The end of Pearl Thusi and DJ Zinhle

There is a saying that there is nothing more painful than a friendship breakup, even mjolo heartbreak is small water as compared. Therefore, we can imagine the type of heartbreak that Pearl Thusi, or Sthe, is going through as she concludes her birthday celebrations and still no sighting of DJ Zinhle by her side.

Thusi has seemingly also reverted to singing her estranged best friend’s song on stories and hanging with Lerato Kganyago. You might ask what DJ Zinhle is doing? Clearly, everything but supporting Sthe publicly.

2. Lira is healing

In light of the continual revelation of deaths, it was good to finally hear good news. More so following the news reports that musician Lira had experienced a stroke. The Feel Good hitmaker has since revealed that she is well on her way to recovery, with her speech being the one aspect that was affected by the stroke.

3. Dr Thembi Mtshali-Jones gets celebrated

Rarely do we share news of veterans of entertainment receiving public acknowledgement following achieving a new milestone.

But that was not the case when Sgudi Snaysi legendary actress Dr Thembi Mtshali revealed getting an honorary doctorate, which she dedicated to her “peers who have passed on before having the opportunity to be celebrated. ”

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