They say black women are the most discriminated beings on the planet...
...but when they stand together, they're a force to be reckoned with!
Although these celebs have found mega-fame in their own right, they are still inspired and empowered by other women who are paving their own paths to success.
Just like Mzansi's own Zozibini Tunzi, who had the country in tears of joy when she was crowned Miss Universe just a few days ago.
Take a look at the following stars who praised Zozi on social media...
The former America's Got Talent judge praised Zozi for her beauty; both physically and intellectually.
She even named her her #WomanCrushWednesday.
She wrote; "While stunning on the outside, her true beauty shines from within as a passionate advocate for women and girls around the world".
The Level Up singer is a boss babe in her own right. She took the time to celebrate a fellow 'melanin queen'.
The actress - who is team natural hair herself - praised Zozi's "beautiful message".
The former supermodel is a BIG fan of Zozi's - even admitting to stalking her on the gram!
She wrote; "So proud of you and what you stand for. So many little girls in South Africa and beyond will now feel their dreams are indeed in reach."
The British born fashionista has a soft spot for South Africa and it's people.
It goes without saying Zozi has become her latest bosom budddy.
You don't get more influential than Oprah-freaking-Winfrey.!
The media mogul - who has her own school for girls in SA - heaped praise on Zozi for her speech on 'leadership'.
She tweeted; "Agree with you...leadership is the most powerful thing we should be teaching young women today. We welcome your visit to #OWLAG, our Leadership Academy for Girls"
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