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Monday, April 6, 2020

2nd Annual Lusaka July in pictures

Headlines 2nd Annual Lusaka July in pictures

The 2nd annual Lusaka July event was held this past weekend (8th july) at Lusaka Polo club. This years theme was ‘African luxury’. Attendees came dressed to impress in exquisite, glamorous outfits. The event was hosted by Cleo Ice Queen and had South African actress/Tv personality/fashion icon Boity Thulo as the special guest.

The Lusaka July was introduced last year by PR Girl Media as a deliberate spin-off the South African horse-racing event the Durban July. The event combines fashion with the sport of polo and attendants are treated to a luxurious experience.

Photos by Kreative Kingdom 



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  1. Thats definitely Nick but hes not with our very own deranged. I think he is in the market for a more worthy breeder..

    • Ba Folosho, that is timely advice. You see some women overate themselves and mismanage their beauty. They only realise that fresh ones are taking over from them when it is too late. So get married when you are still fresh and marketable

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