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Though "model" is one of her job titles, Dlwati is first and foremost a singer and entertainer.
She has done modelling for various brands and products, including commercials for brands such as Ponds, Kellogg's and Nando's, and is a new face of Loxion Kulca and Ladine.
Though she has never established a solid modelling career, she has graced the pages of several hot magazines.
In August Dlwati will walk for Loxion Kulca at the Joburg Fashion Week. This will be her first ramp show and Loxion Kulca will be launching their first women's range.
Loxion Kulca was started in 1999 by Wandi Nzimande and Sechaba Mogale. The label has grown tremendously, and has already spawned two labels: Zweto and Deletso.
"Their range will be inspired by me," Dlwati. says. "They told me they chose me because I embrace the kind of woman they want to design for - someone ambitious, classy, sexy, beautiful and confident yet scandal-free.
"They said they were impressed with the way I carried myself."
Yes, Dlwati possesses all these qualities and more. At the same time she loves to flaunt her figure.
She loves crossover tops and plunging necklines - anything to accentuate her assets!
But she treats her sexuality as a natural quality that she controls rather than some freakish thing that sneaked up on her one night and commandeered up her mind.
Her favourite fabrics are the ones that either sparkle or shine.
She is often seen sporting miniskirts and asymmetrical pieces, halter tops and miniskirts.
And her favourite colours include baby pink, aqua, violet, silver and gold.
The talented one featured in a drama series called A Place Called Home on SABC 1 and has just played Hilda in Umtshato, The Wedding, a movie that is part of many in a campaign for One Love-Soul City.
She has also competed in the South African M-Net Idols and was among the top 60 during the year when the competition saw such well-known singer as Zamajobe also fall.
"I want to expand my modelling career," she says. "I'd like to build a strong portfolio on the ramps and generate work in the mainstream fashion industry.
"I want to eradicate assumptions that beautiful and famous women are not well-behaved."