South Africa is starting to be a country of choice for international stars tour. The more years go by - the more international celebrities we get; and we are not complaining. From Nicki Minaj to Taraji P Henson we have the list here.
Nicki Minaj came to South Africa for her Pink Print Tour in March and ended up falling in love with our beautiful country.
Jidenna blessed us with his presence for a one night only performance in Johannesburg to showcase his album titled Long Live The Chief.
Future didn't do much impressing with his scruffy look at the 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards, but at least some of his South African fans were excited about the rapper performing on our soil.
Bow Wow's friend, Omarion made his way to Mzansi and because this country has talented people, he shot a music video with Anatii in KZN.
Diva amongst Divas, Mariah Carey graced South Africa in April for four performances. Two in Johannesburg, one in Cape Town and the other in Durban.
Remember when Chris Brown made an appearance on the popular soapie, Generations? The singer came to South Africa for the second time for an exclusive one night only performance in Durban.
Toni Braxton and BabyFace wowed South Africa during their African Tour which kicked off in Durban on 30 August, moved to Cape Town on 1 September and ended in Johannesburg on 3 September. Their duet concerts were so lit that at some point, Babyface ran across the crowd to greet them.
American rapper, singer and songwriter Dej Loaf also came for a visit and enjoyed the beauty that our country has to offer.
Omari Hardwick who plays the character of Ghost on American series, Power, was in South Africa in September and let's just say that many South African women were more than please at his arrival.
Empire's lead actors Taraji P Henson and Terrence Howard received a warm welcome in Johannesburg when they came to promote the third season of Empire.
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