When the Mtv Base VJ search was going on in South Africa in 2012, Nomzamo Mbatha was a finalist. In 2013, she made her acting debut in Isibaya, a telenovela that turned into a soap opera on Mzansi Magic.
Model, accountant, human rights activist, and businesswoman are just a few of the many jobs that the beautiful Mzansi legend has done in the past. Her tireless efforts to speak up for people who don't have a voice have won her a lot of praise. As a human rights activist, Nomzamo isn't afraid to say what she thinks about things that affect the whole world. To fight injustice in South Africa, Nomzamo has used her fame and power. She has also used her voice to speak for ordinary people in the country.
Nomzamo Nxumalo Mbatha was born on July 13, 1990. A: She's 31 years old. It was in Kwamashu, a town in the north of Durban, South Africa, that Mbatha was born and raised. Her father, Skuta Nxumalo, and her mother, Matuku Mbatha, were both very pretty.
For as long as she can remember, she has been taking part in beauty pageants by modeling. This is how it worked: Carla Mbatha, Nomzamo's younger sister died in December 2014. For his role on the soap opera "Isithembiso," her brother Zamani Mbatha has become well known. After high school, she went to university in Cape Town, where she earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Accountancy was her major at university, and she finished it in 2018.
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