Mamkhize style women's month

Mamkhize made the most out of Women’s Month. Image: @Jamani_Khanyi / Twitter

It’s a wrap! MaMkhize bows out of Women’s Month with a bang

‘Proud Zulu girl on the move’: MaMkhize has waved goodbye to a very fruitful Women’s Month in absolute style. Take a look…

Mamkhize style women's month

Mamkhize made the most out of Women’s Month. Image: @Jamani_Khanyi / Twitter

South African businesswoman, philanthropist, and reality TV star Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize is one of many local women who have made the most of Women’s Month as August nears an end. Documenting her various ventures throughout the month on her popular Instagram page, MaMkhize went ahead and shared one last post dedicated to the special month.

The caption explained that she was “wrapping up Women’s month in style” – something many of her fans and supporters wholeheartedly agreed with after seeing the Royal AM owner dressed to the nines ahead of a high tea hosted by Ukhozi FM.

MaMkhize bows out of Women’s Month in style

If there’s one thing about MaMkhize, it’s that she loves to dress up.

The 50-something-year-old took full advantage of Women’s Month and all the events that come along with it by making sure she dressed all the way up for each event she was invited to.

Last week, MaMkhize stunned in a red dress that certainly took many breaths away as she addressed women at the NASDEV Women in Leadership Conference.

This week, she said goodbye to Women’s Month by attending the classy Ukhozi FM Women’s Month high tea that took place over the weekend.

Looking good, feeling better

Naturally, she rose to the occasion in a slim-fitting satin green dress which she paired with a green hat and shoes to match.

Her date to the event was her sister Dr Nozipho Mkhize Ngubo who wore a bright orange ensemble.

Along with a video, she wrote, “Wrapping up #WomensMonth the only way we know how to… in style! Love you @nozipho_ngubo :green_heart::orange_heart::green_heart::orange_heart:.”

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