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South Africa Through Social Media: More Images From The Stars

Its official, we need to head back to South Africa. Our last trip was about work but we need to go back as tourists!

Some of the finest starts from west Africa have taken an exciting expedition down south, exploring the all the beauty of South Africa in a campaign to encourage tourism. We so often travel outside of the continent but Africa itself has so much to offer! (I mean how many times can we see London and New York without craving more culture.) Celebrities such as Jackie Appiah, Anita Ifeoma Hughes, Kelechi Amadi-Obi, Noble Igwe and so many others have been giving us major travel envy with their holiday snaps and insta poses.

@doctoridia Amazing #suncity #travetosa #nigeriameetsouthafrica #flysaanigeria

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Just before the quad biking experience . So much excitement #flysaanigeria #nigeriameetsouthafrica

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Happy people #ghanameetsouthafrica #flysaanigeria #suncity #nigeriameetsouthafrica

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https://instagram.com/p/BLxtp9Vgala/

Good morning South Africa 🤓 #Nigeriameetsouthafrica #flysaa #traveltosa #69bypraiz #Praiz

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The group have been out there for less than three days and already they’ve been quad biking in Sun City,  gone elephant spotting at the Haartebeestpoort Wildlife Sanctuary and, being ultimate tourists, headed to the Union Buildings. We wonder is they’ll be at the MAMAs tomorrow too.

We so wish we were there! South Africa Glam Squad, where else does this group need visit before the end of the weekend?

Ama Badu
For reviews, premiers and red carpet events on the Afro-British scene, Ama is your go-to blogger. With an analytical mind and articulate pen, she hopes to write articles that will get Africa (and indeed the world) discussing “real” issues and tangible solutions.
http://www.glamafrica.com

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