New year, new you? Some of South Africa’s biggest celebrities are joining thousands of people in setting their goals for 2019
From making more money to saying goodbye to the haters, these stars’ new year’s resolutions are totally relatable. 2018 was a tough year, with one local celeb admitting that her marriage was put to the test.
But 2018 is old news and everyone is looking forward to a prosperous 2019.
Here’s what six Mzansi’s stars have planned for the new year.
Bonang Matheba: Explore South Africa
Bonang Matheba travelled nonstop in 2018. She visited New York, London, Ibiza and Lagos to name but a few places. But in 2019, Queen B says she wants to spend more time exploring her own country. “… goal is to see more of South Africa in 2019… we have a bomb ass country ya know? Very pretty,” she tweeted.
Winnie Ntshaba: Remove yourself from ALL negativity
Winnie Ntshaba entered the yew year sober and in church. She is not a big fan of resolutions, but she is all about positive vibes in 2019. “2018 was a year full of ups and downs. I cried a lot alone, missing my mom who passed away in 2017 November. I had days that were dark and I want to leave those behind and be able to celebrate life,” she told TshisaLIVE. Winnie added on Instagram: “I am set for 2019… it’s going to be a glorious year! It’s intentional… as I continue to empty myself and remove myself from ALL negativity… set to soar on high.”
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I am so grateful to God for 2018 and all the lessons learnt. I thank Him for the gift of life and that of my family. I am set for 2019…..it's going to be a glorious year! It's intentional …..as I continue to empty myself and remove myself from ALL negativity….Set to soar on high……..All Glory and Honour to God😍
LeAnne Dlamini: More self-love
2018 was filled with a lot of ups and downs for LeAnne Dlamini. The singer admitted in an Instagram post dedicated to her husband Sipho that she had had a rough year. “Without a doubt, the toughest year in both our lives individually and definitely in our marriage.
“The year humanity tried to destroy us and the enemy tried to break us, but through it all, through our struggles, the worst days, God showed up and consistently showed us how good He is! Yes we were hurt, disappointed, doubted but we never wavered in our faith and grew even closer to God and each other,” she wrote. But LeAnne is looking forward to a prosperous new year.
“Trust The Magic Of New Beginnings,” she told her 78 000 followers. LeAnn added in another post: “Good morning 2019, Look at you glowing with self love, and becoming a magnet to good vibrations. I’m proud of you.”
Dr Malinga: No more Mr Nice Guy
Dr Malinga’s plans for 2019 are quite simple – work harder and don’t let people take advantage of you. “I want to change my attitude towards hard work because I was lazy in 2018. I want to stop having a good heart. I want to start firing people who don’t do things that I hired them for. I want to stop mixing business with pleasure. I want the best team for 2019,” he told TshisaLive in an interview.
Sizwe Dhlomo: Secure the bag
Sizwe Dhlomo only has one goal for 201- make more money. When a Twitter user asked what everyone’s top three personal goals for the year were, Sizwe was very clear about his plans. “Triple my company profits… You can keep the other two goals, I’m done,” he replied.
Black Coffee: God, love and family
DJ Black Coffee has 10 things on which he will be focusing in 2019. At the top of his list is God, love and family. He also has plans to take Africa to the world and turn his dreams into a reality.