Celebs spotted at BET A-list dinner

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Entertainment channel BET (DStv channel 129) has revealed its definitive list of 2016’s top 20 South African movers and shakers, The BET A-List.

The honourees of the inaugural The BET A-list were revealed by BET A-List hosts Nandi Madida and Ayanda Thabethe on Wednesday, at a star-studded event in the Arcadia Ballroom, The Westcliff, Johannesburg.

Check out some of the celebs we spotted

Anele Mdoda

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We are loving how Anele has embraced her natural hair.

Ayanda Thabethe

ayandaAyanda was the host for the night alongside Nandi Madida.

Bonang Matheba

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Bonang Matheba took home the title for BET A-List Radio and TV Personality.

Mr and Mrs Coffee

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Legendary DJ and producer Black Coffee named BET A-List DJ.

Connie Ferguson

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Connie and Shona Ferguson

fergusonsShona & Connie Ferguson made the list as Game Changers (TV/Film).

Jessica Nkosi

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Jessica looked stunning.

Khanya Mkangisa

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The sexy lady in red.

Mbali Mlotswa 

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Mbali looked amazing as she supported her husband, Black Coffee.

Nandi Madida

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Nandi has that pregnancy glow, but we aren't sure about her outfit choice.

Nolly Meje

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We love the strappy heels.

Omuhle Gela

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We love the floral jumpsuit.

Riky Rik 

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Hip hop star Riky Rik won points for his stand-out style as the BET A-List’s Most Stylish Musician. We are not sure why though.

DJ Sbu

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DJ Sbu was recognised for his philanthropic efforts.

Somizi

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Somizi Mhlongo took home the title for BET A-List Radio and TV Personality.

Thabang Moleya

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Happiness Is Four Letter Word director Thabang Moleya was honoured with BET A List Best Director.

Thando Thabethe

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Thando rocked monochrome chic.

To watch highlights of the event, including the awards presentations, tune into BET  A-List on BET (DStv channel 129) on Thursday 15 September at 18:35 CAT.

Pictures: Godfrey Madimetja

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