Lulu Menziwa

Teacher Lulu Menziwa showed off her sexy back-to-school wardrobe.
Image via Twitter

Lulu Menziwa’s back-to-school look – classroom appropriate or not?

Too sexy for school? KZN teacher Lulu Menziwa – known for showing off her famous figure – revealed her new working wardrobe this week.

Lulu Menziwa

Teacher Lulu Menziwa showed off her sexy back-to-school wardrobe.
Image via Twitter

Lulu Menziwa – South Africa’s richest and sexiest teacher – has returned to the classroom. Also making a comeback was her sexy wardrobe…


After a lengthy holiday,  thousands of teachers around Mzansi welcomed children back to school.

And joining them was Lulu Menziwa, who made a fashionable comeback.

The educator posted a storm on her Twitter account and shared two stylish looks from her work week.

The first saw her wear a pink and white satin dress – revealing plenty of cleavage –  complimented with a Gucci belt and fuschia-coloured kitten heels.

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The second look was more casual, consisting of a white printed T-shirt and matching pants, showing off her ample curves. Lulu coupled the look with a pair of colourful sneakers.

Ironically, in the background, the words: “body changes for boys and girls during puberty” was written on the chalkboard.

But was her sexy look classroom appropriate? 

Judging from the comment section, her social media followers gave her looks the thumbs up!


Lulu Menziwa first made headlines last year when The South African reported on her net worth, which allegedly amounts to R7 million.

The KwaZulu Natal mathematics educator – who usually posts her love of fashion on her Instagram account – has several “side hustles,” including her own clothing and skincare line and several lucrative endorsements. The teacher is also known for her famous curves and the figure-hugging clothes she wears in the classroom.

Lulu holds two degrees in education and mathematics and prides herself on being a model teacher.

But amid criticism of how her appearance may affect learners in the classroom, Lulu Menziwa clapped back on a recent Instagram Live.

She said: “You are forgetting one thing, that I’m not teaching the kids of your age; I’m not teaching 25-, 26- to 40-year-old learners. 

“My kids are younger; they don’t have the perverted mind that you have, so stop.”