#WCW with Bulawayo diva Sandra Ndebele: If you see these pictures you can’t blame us for crushing on her again. Well, over these past few weeks Sandra Ndebele has raised eyebrows with her stunning pictures that she has been posting on her social media platforms. Especially her Instagram account, it has been burning with saucy pictures and many are wondering why she is so ageless.
It’s like she is still in her 20s like the yesteryear Sandra Ndebele we know who was having gigs with Macheso back in the day. Below are stunning pictures of the star as she opens up.
Only a few months after emerging as the toast of the Zimbabwean music scene back in 2003, Sandra Ndebele was confronted with the realities of being a female performer when media reports surfaced alleging that she had taken a trip to Austria to get herself cured of HIV/Aids.
This was in 2003, the same year that Ndebele had released her smash hit album, Tshaya Tshaya. At a time when stigma and discrimination against the illness were still at an all-time high, Ndebele found herself at odds with the media in Zimbabwe when reports that she had gone overseas to get herself “cured” surfaced.
Ndebele had taken the industry by storm with hit singles Mama and Malaika, announcing her arrival on the entertainment scene with songs that shot straight to the top of the charts. Not only was Ndebele a hit on the charts, she also captivated audiences with her colourful traditional outfits and daring live performances that won her many admirers and detractors.
Seventeen years after rapid and awe-inspiring emergence, Ndebele is still one of the most recognisable stars in local showbiz. A decade-and-a-half later Sandy, as she is commonly known to fans, still believes she got a raw deal from local media.
While she got excessive coverage on her way to becoming the apple of Zimbabweans’ obsession, not all the headlines were kind. Two trips to South Africa and Austria produced a couple of screaming headlines she still remembers to this day.
Source – MbareTimes
In other news – ED bans smoking and introduces curfew between 6PM and 6AM
ED bans smoking and introduces curfew between 6PM and 6AM. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced a curfew that will begin at 6 PM to 6 AM in an effort to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.
Addressing the nations at State House Mnangagwa also emphasized the banning of all religious, political, and social gatherings. Read the major points from his address below…continue reading.