Zodwa Wabantu’s fun time in Namibia

Enjoying her best life

27 May 2021 | Art and Entertainment

Zodwa Wabantu; South African socialite; “From now on, I only deal with animals.”

Walvis Bay • [email protected]


South African socialite, media personality and dancer Zodwa Wabantu did not hold back on showing fans how much fun she had in Namibia during recent performances in the capital and at the coast.

Wabantu attracted the attention of her 1.6 million Instagram followers with numerous posts.

The dancer was on tour as she had gigs at Windhoek and Walvis Bay’s Funky Lab as well as Dream Lounge in Arandis, where the likes of Sunny Boy, Agogo Skuza, Asser Deep and Vincent Die Laste Hond were part of the line up in an event dubbed “Road to 061 Festival”.

Wabantu is known for her energetic and sometimes controversial dance moves executed in skimpy outfits.

Fans received her with warmth and did not hesitate to take selfies with the much talked-about celebrity.

During her stay at the coast, Wabantu was also seen enjoying a quad bike as well as camel rides at Desert Explorers, and taking walks in the oldest desert in the world.

Many social media enthusiasts were enthralled by a photo she uploaded on her Instagram account. The amusing photo showed her kissing a camel in Swakopmund during her adventurous stay in the Land of the Brave.

“I only love him,” she captioned the photo. “From now on, I only deal with animals,” Wabantu said about a video of her riding the same camel.

The dancer’s next gig is set to be in her home country on 29 May, where she shares the stage with rapper, Saudi.

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