Zimbabwean businesswoman and socialite Zodwa Mkandla posed for photos with South Africa’s wealthy businesswoman and reality star Shauwn Mkhize. Shauwn Mkhize popularly known as MamKhize, arrived in Zimbabwe yesterday to attend the event hosted by Zodwa Mnkadla for her company Traverze.
Taking to her Instagram page, she posted a video of herself arriving at the International airport where she received a warm royal welcome. The video clip also shows what she got up to after leaving the airport. Captioning the video Shauwn Mkhize revealed that she was greeted with warm smiles everywhere she turned upon her arrival in Zimbabwe. Shauwn who is elated about her trip to Zimbabwe expressed gratitude to Zodwa Mnkadla for her hospitality.
Touching down in Zimbabwe, where warm smiles greeted me at every turn. 😍🥰
I’m really grateful for my amazing host, Zozo, whose hospitality knows no bounds. My adventure has only just begun, but the laughter and joy I’ve experienced so far has made this short left quite memorable. 🌞🌍❤️
#ProudZuluGirlOnTheMove #MyWorldMyRules #Kwamamkhize #Zimbabwe #Hospitality #FunTimes,” she wrote.
In another post, Shauwn Mkhize shared pictures that she took with Zodwa Mkandla inside a car shortly after they left the airport. Captioning them she revealed that she is in Zimbabwe to support Zodwa Mnkadla.
“Touchdown Zim!! 🇿🇼
Here to support one of our own. A fellow businesswoman and pioneer in the travel and hospitality industry. 💪🏾🎉.”
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