She was born on 24 April 1996 at Nkandla, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. After four years, she moved to Johannesburg with her parents. In 2016, she was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. However, after several consultation sessions, she overcome the mental depression. In January 2019, an alleged drunk driver crashed into Nomvelo's parked car. In February 2019, she expressed her emotional message through social media, that she has been cyberbullied because of her head.
She joined the National School of Arts (NSA) in Braamfontein, Johannesburg under the guidance of her mother. Then she performed in the musical"Sarafina" and thought to pursue as a professional artist. Later, she joined several theatre productions such as The Bald Prima Inn, African Reflections and Maybe This Time. In 2016, she played the role of Lindiwe Ngema, in the TV drama series Scandal.
Her fortunes amassing from her acting career and brand ambassadorship, she is worth $200 000. Watch the space as she continue to break ceilings.
Although her onscreen character is crushing on Cee Jay, she is all loved up and booed up in reality. She is not one to shy away from flaunting her love life and we are here for it. Leaving fans confused, she shows off a gorgeous rock, and could she be engaged. We can only speculate.
A lady of her calibre deserves to pull up in some fancy wheels. The actress owns a sizzling, BMW and Mini Cooper costs no less than R700 000. She indeed has a good eye for cars.
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