I have never taken banking seriously. Jumping from one bank to another has never been my thing, as I never experienced problems until my lecturer back in varsity told our class that Capitec Bank was ranked the best bank in South Africa. “Best bank?” I thought to myself, “in what world?” It was only until I took the plunge and switched to Capitec that I understood why it was on top of the game.
How to talk about the rabbit hole without the fear of accidentally inviting you to follow me down it? I’m always sceptical about making an appearance here but the pretty pictures have been taken so it would be a waste not to post them.
I started using make-up around the age of 17, I bought my first proper foundation powder in varsity and owned a real make-up bag at 21. Okay, my timeline is a rough estimation but I genuinely got into this make-up game fairly late in life. Mama Moli never EVER encouraged me using make-up as she believed that it would ruin my perfect porcelain skin and would make me look older than I am. Ummm, that was the point! At 16 Sedi and I were definitely trying to get into nightclubs that had an age restriction so yes, mom, we wanted to look older!
Years of Ultra South Africa have come and gone and not once have I ever had even the tiniest bit of FOMO to attend one of the world’s largest music festivals. This year I was invited by Red bull to attend Ultra to experience the craziness for myself. In my mind, I was planning on spending my weekend in Durban for the Metro’s but I thought doing something different for a change would be refreshing, so I chose Ultra.
A week ago I had the luxury of sitting on set for the latest local content story for Levi’s® South Africa featuring two of my favourite local musicians Rouge (@rouge_1) and Tshego (@officialtshego). Being a Levis lady, I am invested in seeing how the brand collaborates with other public figures and captures authentic ‘Live in Levis’ moments.