WATCH: Natasha Thahane turns her grandmother’s house into a stunning oasis

WATCH: Natasha Thahane turns her grandmother’s house into a stunning oasis

Natasha Thahane is making headlines after recently renovating her grandmother’s house ‘into a jaw-dropping oasis.’

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Bubbly actress Natasha Thahane left Mzansi impressed after she gave her grandmother’s house a revamp. The actress renovated her grandmother’s lounge and bedroom.

Natasha Thahane shared a before-and-after-renovation video of the house on Instagram.

NATASHA THAHANE RENOVATES HER GRANDMOTHER’S HOUSE

The video has gained thousands of comments and reactions since it dropped on the internet. She captioned the now-viral video, “Growing up in Africa, we dream big about making our families proud and strive to be a blessing to them. Personally, I’ve always longed to give my grandma’s house a makeover.”

Natasha Thahane added, “They turned my grandma’s cosy, humble spaces into a jaw-dropping oasis[sic].”

 

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No doubt this warm gesture has since thrust her into the top trends. Fans quickly flooded her comments section with heartfelt messages for her kind gesture. In the now-viral video, the actress is seen surprising her grandmother, who was puzzled by the new look of her lounge.

Several distinctive art pieces complement the floating TV stand. However, Natasha Thahane did not share videos of the renovated bedroom on social media but made it known that it also had a makeover.

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IMMEDIATE FAMILY

In recent years, she has shared some of their priceless moments with her immediate family on social media. In June last year, the actress took to social media to share a heartfelt note to one of her grandmothers.

Natasha Thahane also shared their last moments on Instagram. However, she also happens to be the daughter of Trevor Thansanqa Tutu and Nomaswazi Mamakoko.

She is the granddaughter of the late South African anti-apartheid and human rights activist, Anglican cleric and theologian Desmond Tutu.

 

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