Actress Nozi Langa has been away from the limelight since getting married last year. It looks like she has also left Skeem Saam and is solely focused on married life and business.
Nozi Langa was spotted in Dubai on holiday.
About 4 years ago, Zalebs had an interview with Nozi to find out about her project
Nozi started the project because she wanted to help children.
“I want to help children, youth, young people to heal from the wounds that they block out without even noticing that they block them out , and this [wounds] manifests in your life as a challenge in your future, and sometimes you don't know that it does because you haven't identified it as a problem and you've blocked it out. People or the youth, they don't speak emotion anymore and they don't allow themselves to have these conversations. It's uncomfortable conversation for them to speak honestly about their feelings.”
The project is one of the reasons she gets up each day. Many young South. Africans have related to it.
"They have related to it because we give them a challenge to write a letter about what motivates them, what burns their fire, what makes them wake up every morning. And they've written these letters. I've seen the struggles of the children and the things that they go through and we encourage them in the letter to think about their mental and emotional stand points. When you start to understand their challenges it gives us a point of reference to assist them on our day of debriefing. After the letters are written, we invite them to Plush Lash & Beauty Bar, that I co-own in centurion, to sit down and talk through these challenges."
Growing up as a kid she dealt with similar issues.
"But I was raised in a family where communication was a big thing and we were taught that very much. To speak is to heal and to grow. It's the beginning of the process of healing. I went through a time of introspection, to think about my situation: who I am, where I'd like to see myself."
As a famous personality, she says it is important for you people to get involved in the community.
"If they are speaking about issues that are real and relevant and challenge us on an everyday basis, then that becomes the conversation in youth. In every way that you can, direct your influence in the most positive way that you possibly can so that it sparks a conversation that will allow someone to grow or heal. "
In closing, she hopes her project will continue to heal more children.
"My hopes are to continue to heal more children. To heal more of the youth. To speak to more of the youth and touch more of their lives. To give them an experience so that they receive all things positive from it. To remind them that they, too, can thrive. To get more sponsors and people to make it bigger so we can accommodate more kids - right now we only accommodate."