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WATCH Soweto’s Premium Spa: Afrique Beauty Lounge

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When you step in Afrique,  expect a treatment of a lifetime.

Located in the Dube Village, Soweto, Afrique Beauty Lounge is a destination for high-quality beauty services and products, whereby client experience is a priority.

The beauty palace is owned by Thando Tshabalala, a 30-year-old Rhodes University graduate who is passionate about beauty,

Growing up, I was the ultimate girly girl. Neighbors called me a lady because I used to dress up, wear make up and mimic my mother

she says.

Without any experience whatsoever, the eager and inquisitive Thando pursued her dream and opened her own business.

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With a wide range of services offered, Afrique Beauty Lounge is a place where clients receive great service over a sparkling glass of bubbly.

I get to empower young women and rub shoulders with different people on a daily basis. Social media has also played a vital role on my business because I get the opportunity to network with clients and venture in more business endeavors

Thando shares.

When it comes to challenges, Thando explains;

It’s difficult to get people who are like-minded and share the same vision as you. Like any business, without the right team, things surely can go wrong.

She adds,

Having the best team is everything in this business

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As soon as you enter Afrique, you immediately feel at home because relationships are built instantly and clients engage with each other

Services offered at Afrique Beauty Lounge include:

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  • Nails
  • Hair (custom-made Weaves and wigs)
  • Threading
  • Lashes

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  • Massages

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  • Make Up for all occasions
  • Waxing

If you’re around Soweto, make sure to pay Afrique Beauty Lounge a visit at 541 Ndlovu Street, Dube Village.

Watch the video for the full interview.

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WATCH Nasty C explains his #1120under5 campaign

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SEE Nasty C on why he is involved in the #1120under5 movement.

It’s been on murals, apparel and Nasty C’s social media platforms. Rumours have spread about #1120under5 being a new album, new music and even a brand-new fashion line.

The real story behind #1120under5 is out.

The reality is that 1120 children under the age of 5 die of malnutrition in South Africa. 

KFC Add Hope flips the script to put childhood hunger back in the spotlight
It’s been on murals, apparel and Nasty C’s social media platforms. Rumours have spread about #1120under5 being a new album, new music and even a brand-new fashion line.

But today, the real story behind #1120under5 is out.

The reality is that 1120 children under the age of 5 die of malnutrition in South Africa*.

With October being World Hunger Month, Add Hope, KFC’s national feeding programme that feeds over 120 000 children, has partnered with some of South Africa’s most loved personalities to put childhood hunger back in the spotlight, where it belongs.

Let’s stand together, join a movement to help drop this stat and ensure that no child goes to bed hungry

says Nasty C.

READ more about this campaign HERE, watch the video above for the full scoop!

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