PICS: Amanda Finally Reunites With Her Siblings
Amanda Finally Reunites With Her Siblings
Skeem Saam star Amanda Du-pont has finally reunited with her sisters after 2 years. The actress said they came together to celebrated one of her sibling’s 30th birthday.
Penning a sweet birthday message for her sister Kim on Instagram, Amanda said she wishes her all the best for her future endeavors.
She wrote: “After two years of not seeing my sisters we are reunited! Girls are back from Ireland and Australia. We are together again in time to celebrate @dupontkima’s birthday. Happy 30th birthday sis🥳 May God elevates you beyond your wildest dreams🤍🙏🏽 Congratulations on your degree and all the best on your future. Never be complacent, work hard and stay focused until your dreams become a reality!”
Kim also thanked her sisters for making her day extra special, she responded: “Thank you for the most amazing day today sis ❤️ I’m truly blessed to have you in my life 💃🏾🎊 love you a long time.”
She also wrote: “It’s my birthday and I’m feeling so blessed to have made it this far. 30th Birthday and counting 🎊🎉🥳🎂 #Dirty30”
Earlier this month, Amanda took to her social media platforms to condemn the brutality that was taking place in her home country in Swaziland.
On her lengthy Instagram post, Amanda said she kept quiet about the attacks because she wanted to protect her family that stays in eSwatini. She asked for help to spread the word.
Her post read: “My people are in trouble and their lives at risk as we speak! Please I need your help to spread the word. I have been silent in fear of my family’s lives who are in eSwatini, that they might be targeted,” she wrote on Instagram.
Amanda also spoke about the human rights violation that was taking place in eSwatini. She said there were also threats to shut down the electricity.
“This is a revolution and we as the youth and promise of tomorrow stand up against an absolute monarchy! The king is having unarmed civilians shot who are caught in the streets, a ridiculous curfew has been implemented at 6 pm, and human rights violated by shutting down the internet so the rest of the world doesn’t hear of the news.
“There are threats of shutting electricity. What is happening is a crime against humanity. The people are fighting for a multi-party democracy and basic human rights taken away by the monarchy. The majority of our country is poverty-stricken and has had enough of the repressive government.”