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South Africa: Unathi Marks her 40th Birthday on the Beach With Her Friends

Idol South African present, Unathi Msengana decided to mark her 40th birthday on vacation with her best friends.

The star soaked up the sunshine, choosing to relax on the beach in a gorgeous black and white swimsuit.

Writing a note on her Instagram page in commemoration of her special day, Unathi thanked friends and family for their continued love and support throughout the past 40 years of her life.

“To ALL of you thank you for your love. To those I love, have met, never have met and possibly never will. Your love has made me the woman I am today,” she wrote in part.

The singer seems to really enjoy spending time at the beach, having just returned from fun-filled getaway to Zanzibar.

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40 They say life begins at 40. It is my born day today. 40 years ago I was born to Sakhiwo no Nondwe who conceived me out of love. My uncle Ndabazoxolo Nkayi named me Unathi. I was the only grandchild my grandfather,Themba, named. To which he gave me the name, Fundiswa, which I use as my second name. My grandfather was/is Themba, whose father was Dyonashe, the son of Singqe🙏🏾 I know I am the answer to my forefathers dreams and prayers and I hold that with high regard. I am the mother of Sinako and Imbo Msengana who too were conceived in love with the man who remains the love of my life. I am sister to my incredible sisters, cousin-niece-aunt-granddaughter to my solid fam and friend to my absolutely crazy friends. To ALL of you thank you for your love. To those I love, have met, never have met and possibly never will. Your love has made me the woman I am today. Thank you for your love. LOVE is a doing word❤️

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Birthday with my QUEENS

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