The star made sure her birthday weekend was a very special one – she celebrated in style in the mother city. Thembi Seete is one of Mzansi’s fine talents. For years she’s reinvented herself and still does so today.
Born in Soweto in the year 1977, Thembi Seete broke onto the music scene through her music group Boom Shaka in 1993 – 2000. And after Book Shaka split Thembi launched her solo career, blessing us with hits such as Free.
The early 2000s marked the beginning of her acting career – she made her television debut in the critically-acclaimed Yizo Yizo. This was followed by Gazlam and Zone 14 a few years later.
In other news – This is what you can and cannot do – New Easter lockdown rules
Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has published the government gazette which details South Africa’s revised COVID-19 alert level 1 lockdown restrictions.
The new restrictions – which were announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday night – are aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 at a time when many South Africans will be travelling, visiting family, or attending large gatherings during the Easter period. Learn more