Top Mzansi Celebs Who Stripped For The 2017 Marie Claire Naked Issue

The 2017 Marie Claire naked issue: Indeed, nothing gets between South African celebrities and their charities.

It’s that time of the year again and the 2017 Marie Claire naked issue is in stores and once again features Mzansi top shots who have chosen to strip to nothing to help raise funds for charities of their choice.

On this year’s issue, 19 celebs including chefs, TV and radio personalities, designers, models, athletes and entrepreneurs are featured. Consequently, they have since been campaigning for people to go buy the magazine and support their causes.

Maps Maponyane whose girlfriend is on the cover of the issue has been publicly vouching for her, urging followers on social media to go buy the copy and support her cause.

For the first time this year, Marie Claire is holding an auction of the celebrity portraits. Subsequently, all the proceeds will go to the celebs’ desired charities.

“This year Marie Claire took a slightly different approach to previous years – in the past, the entire campaign was dedicated to one charity, in 2017 our celebrities are each supporting a single charity or cause – something close to their heart, that they feel strongly about, whether it be education, LGBT rights, animal welfare or women’s rights,” Marie Claire Features Editor Lynette Botha said in a statement.

The event will be held at Melrose Gallery in Johannesburg on Thursday, 13 July 2017.

See the 2017 Marie Claire naked issue team and their charities;

Nicholas Coutts – The Pride Shelter Trust

Giles Edwards – the Isabelo Project

Seth Shezi – Sexy Socks

Lady Skollie – Femme Projects

Eric Bulpitt – he Isabelo Project

Bailey Schneider – Atlantic Hope

Ash Heeger – the Isabelo Project

Thando Thabethe – People Against Women Abuse

Nomzamo Mbatha – Baphumelele Children’s Home

Yoliswa Mqoco – Menzi Children’s Home

Lukhanyo Mdingi – Learn To Earn

Ryan Sandes – the Domestic Animal Rescue Group

DJ Fikile Moeti – the Fix Scholarship

Nicole Fortuin – the Depression and Bipolar and Disorder Foundation

Sanele Xaba – Equal Education

Omuhle Gela and Rosette Ncwana – Home Of Hope

K Naomi – the House Group For Girls

Moonchild Sanelly – St Martin’s Children Home

Meanwhile, some titillating pictures have been shared by celebrities on their social media accounts:

Here’s a behind the scene video:

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