South African Media Personality Nandi Madida Postpones The Launch Of Her Colourful Beauty Market Place. South African singer, actress, model and television presenter Nandi Madida took to Twitter to announce that she has decided to postpone the launch of her Colourful Beauty brand due to the recent violence and looting that was happening in the country.
The statement said, “The horrific events that have transpired in South Africa have had a devastating effect on many businesses, the looting and criminal activity has unfortunately affected our suppliers tremendously. It is because of this that we as a team have had to make the difficult decision to postpone our launch until further notice hoping that nothing else transpires and that our suppliers can recover from these series of events and be back on their feet. We thank you for your understanding and wish everyone to please stay safe and take care.”
Nandi Madida is a South African singer, actress, model and television presenter. Born and raised in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She rose to stardom after she was featured by DJ Franky as a vocalist on single “Tonight”, which was released (2012). Having signed with Universal Music Group in 2011, Madida released her self-titled debut studio album Nandi (2012).
In 2011, she released her first single “Tonight”. She later signed with Universal Music Group and released her self-titled debut studio album Nandi in 2012. In 2013, she co-hosted alongside ProVerb and Dineo Ranaka in the Mzansi Magic Magazine programme All Access Mzansi. In 2014, Nandi Madida and K.O released the song “Skhanda Love”, it became an instant hit in and was eventually nominated for several music awards. From 2015 to 2016, she played Zokuthula Dhlomo in the Mzansi Magic telenovela The Road. She co-hosted the e.tv reality series Coke Studio. In September 2016, she and Ayanda Thabethe co-hosted the BET entertainment magazine show BET A-List.
The violence and looting that transpired recently in the country has left many businesses in destitute as their properties have been vandalized and their stock looted. This has forced many businesses to close down or to postpone their operations as Nandi Madida did with her business.