Nomzamo Celebrates 1 Year Since Moving to the US

Her life has been a pure bliss.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:48 PM  | Nomzamo Mbatha 

South African All-round TV Actress and presenter Nomzamo Mbatha celebrated one year since she took a leap of faith and decided to relocate to the USA.

The larger-than-life star who recently bagged a hit role on America's star-studded "Coming 2 America" sequel, had to take a drastic decision to leave her projects in Mzansi to star in the renowned comedy show.
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Nomzamo's endeavours in the States have been nothing short of amazing. The whirlwind experience has exposed her to finer things in life including rubbishing shoulders with the Hollywood elites, globetrotting around the world and attending prestigious events. 

Her life has been a pure bliss we all wish to live, and she has been serving it effortlessly. However, from time to time the SA native who's tight-knit with her family gets homesick and visits the motherland. 

Nomzamo took a trip down memory lane on how her career changed tremendously a year ago and expressed gratitude to God for affording her this lifetime opportunity She wrote: “And here we are my darling. Exactly 12 months since you took that flight. Took that leap of faith. Leaving so much behind, and surrendering into the unknown. Ladies and gentlemen, it has been a full year of living and working between the U.S. ???? and S.A ???? ... So grateful that God has afforded me the opportunity to live the life of my dreams, doing what I love with every project I have in my portfolio and staying true to my journey while pursuing all that I desire.”
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Without no doubt, Nomzamo has been shaking things up in the global entertainment industry, and she has become a force to be reckoned. Since her rise to fame, Nomzamo has worked tirelessly hard to cement her name in the entertainment industry. The growth of her career has attracted various brands with the hopes of forming authentic and viable partnerships with her.

She is a philanthropist who is exceptionally passionate about education and changing lives across the continent. Her foundation Lighthouse and Hollywoodbets recently pledged R500 000 towards bursaries, and the applications are still open.

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