Cape Town — In the ongoing Thabo Bester court case, celebrity doctor Nandipha Magudumana continues to make her court appearances but manages to have her hair, nails, and make-up look glamorous for her appearances, and the raving question everyone has on their tongues is: ‘how can she do it if she’s incarcerated?’.
With Nandipha being a celebrity aesthetics doctor, she would know all about glamming herself up. However, the question remains: where would she get the equipment to be able to glam herself up?
“I’ve been asking myself the same question, like where do they get the resources and the cash to pay for the labour,?” one tweep said on social media.
I’ve been asking myself the same question, like where do they get the resources and the cash to pay fir the labour
— Web Design Agency (@macmotech) May 11, 2023
South African Prisons must be nice. The level of glow that Rosemary Ndlovu is getting from prison is out of this world. Rosemary Ndlovu is Glowing more than Ever. pic.twitter.com/5JW07kjeGR
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) April 22, 2023
Well, another social media user revealed that inmates have access to salons in prison.
“I’ve worked in Pollsmoor prison in Cape Town, they have a salon inside the prison meant for the inmates. They do each other( inmates) hairstyles and stuff,” the tweep wrote.
Another user said she has a friend who is a former inmate. The former inmate informed her that there are hair salons on the inside.
“My friend who’s an former inmate told me they run hair salons inside, her hair was always onpoint and came back with a skill “a nailtech” so yes they hav all those inside,” she said.
My friend who’s an former inmate told me they run hair salons inside, her hair was always onpoint and came back with a skill “a nailtech” so yes they hav all those inside 😁
— Mvelase (@Kanyi_kaMthembu) May 11, 2023
Other users gave similar insights.
Yeah. The dept runs skills development programs in jails. For female prisoners, it’s make-up, hair, grooming, etc. They use those skills on fellow each other…
— Gosebo Mathope (@MathopeGosebo) May 11, 2023
I bumped into a bunch of them at Bara; they were from Sun City and I asked. They have all sorts of things going on there, so this is a norm.They looked so good ka utlwa ke itshwabela😏.
— Mrs N (@Nom_SaMasangane) May 11, 2023
Its not that hard hey,
2 hrs before court while in holding cells you can change and do a lot,while i was in trial i used to get my suits to wear
— @OnthatileModise (@onthatilemodis5) May 11, 2023
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Compiled by Junaid Benjamin