Sandra Ndebele reveals vivacious looks
SONGBIRD Sandra Ndebele is back with a bang after revealing her vivacious body which has left fans talking.
Sandra recently scooped the limelight after her pictures went viral on social media pending her new song titled Usabvume.
This has created a lot of hype around her on social media as fans are comparing her with other well-known socialites.
Sandra said she was amazed to see pictures of her new look trending on social media as the pictures leaked after her photo-shoot and pending the release of her new album with features artists from South Africa.
She said her new body was a result of the COVID-19 lockdown which has led her into staying home most of her time.
“This transformation is a result of the lockdown. I have not been doing much, so I am focusing on exercising. Before the lockdown, I was going to the gym, but I had many other things to do, so I did not give much attention to exercising.
“In fact, I did not see the need until I spent more time at home. One day I looked at my reflection in the mirror while I was naked. I did not like the image and I was inspired to work more on my body,” she said.
Sandra said she was working more on her curvy looks and what people have seen was just a tip of the iceberg as the best is yet to come.
She said she has been doing a lot of things during the ongoing lockdown which has left many people stranded.
Sandra advised her fans to stay indoors as stipulated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) regulations, health experts and what the President ordered.
“If we defy those orders, the consequences will be severe and I think you all know what happened to Italy where people are dying after defying the Government directives. I am confident this thing will pass but if we are reckless I am sure we are going to perish.
“I therefore urge people to be obedient and save lives rather than being reckless.”
Sandra said she has been sustaining her band member though paying them whenever they hold shows making her life a bit easier.
She said working with seasoned musicians has also helped her a lot as they understand the situation better.
However, Sandra said the COVID-19 pandemic has also stalled some of her projects but was hopeful normalcy will prevail soon.
“By the way, we were coming from our annual break as artistes which saw some of us resuming shows in February but we had to cut short the new season due to Coronavirus. It will be difficult for some to recover because we need to cover a lot of ground.”
Sandra is a female Zimbabwean musician, director, actress, choreographer and dancer. She has made a name for herself in Zimbabwe as a versatile performer, having performed in India, Dubai, China, United Kingdom, Russia, Canada and Japan.
She is currently an ambassador for Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe, National Blood Service Zimbabwe, Mpilo Central Hospital and Suzuki.
In 2018 Sandra rebranded herself as well as her music.She now dons a more modern look and has a high energy dance sound.
Sandra is currently working on a new album, which will see her feature not only Zimbabwean collaborations but as far afield as West Africa.