South African celebrities have taught us plenty over the years
Under their guidance, we have improved our language abilities and learned handy hacks to help us through everyday life.
With the country swept up by back to school fever, we decided to have some fun by wondering what some of our favourite celebrities would teach us if they were to be hired as teachers in Mzansi.
Just don’t be late for any of their classes!
Connie Ferguson – Headmistress
Connie Ferguson would be the perfect headmistress.
She would keep our schools functioning in order and inspire our pupils with words of wisdom and strong leadership.
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❤️ . . #Repost @glamour_sa ??? “Nothing worth having comes easy, this is why I appreciate every little setback, because that’s where valuable lessons are learnt.” @connie_ferguson is an actress, producer and owner of Ferguson films. She continues to not only be revered for her craft, but for also developing and opening job opportunities for other artists. In the Dec/Jan issue on shelves now, she gets candid about her life and what she admires the most. PHOTOGRAPHER: @stevelmarc STYLING BY: Ngah Nyembe & Kutlwano Molete INTERVIEW BY: @yoyo_in_wonderland HAIR: @peter_matlala MAKEUP: @preciousxabamakeup #WCW #GLAMWOTY18
Euphonik – Property Investment
Euphonik has been sharing property investment advice on social media for the last few years.
At first it came across as another attempt at bragging but the mogul is slowly building an empire and is keen to see you do the same.
You’re making the mistake of confusing MONEY with Property. Two seperate things. Banks make money from loaning you money. You need money to buy property so if you don’t have the cash then you use someone else’s money to buy it. Money costs money. https://t.co/45KFdBcZJ9
— Euphonik™? (@euphonik) January 8, 2019