The natural hair movement has taken the world by storm and SA celebs are slowly starting to follow suit. 

After the racism issue at Pretoria Girls High where the teachers told students that their ‘black hairstyles’ were not allowed at school as they were inappropriate and untidy, people came out in they numbers to support the students by walking around with their natural hair.

Celebs also did the same. Check out the few celebs we’ve noticed rocking their afros.

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About last night! A photo posted by Unstagram (@unathi.co) on

You are looking at the most blessed girl ever!!! ❤️ | Photography @stillsbytom

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“May your fro grow and your skin glow.” 👑💁🏽 #OwnYourThrone👑 A photo posted by Boitumelo Thulo (@boity) on

📷: @originalstori A photo posted by Luthando Shosha (@lootlove2) on

For those who’ve been asking me what I’ve done to my hair, it’s my natural hair with a natural looking hairpiece that complements the texture and colour of my hair. So it all looks like it’s mine! 😋 (That phondo in the middle centre is my hair. 😌) It was styled by the wonderful team @ruutos for the SATY2016 Nominee Announcement last Wednesday. ☺️ I took this photo today, so you see, if you look after it, the style lasts! My maintenance tips: I base the areas of the scalp that are exposed (amaline) and my hairline daily. I use a satin scarf on my hair when sleeping and sleep on a satin pillowcase (ngilala rough so sometimes idoek liyaphuma 😂🙈). P.S. The hairpiece is pinned into my hair, not sown, and I love that! 🤗 Hokay ke, kulungile bye! 😋 #sharingiscaring #nowyouknow #FrosAreManageable #froscanbestyled 💁🏽 A photo posted by Hulisani Ravele (@hulisaniravele) on

#MyKing #MyShield #MyComfort #TataKaAse #BlackLove #Eternity #Family #Universe A photo posted by Tiisetso Mona Monyane (@monamonyane) on

Looking @ Mvelinqandi like aai wena Baba Mara.☺️

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