Will She Be Cast As Hlomu On The Wife?

Nomzamo Mbatha continues to enjoy great success

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Nomzamo Mbatha is a South African actress, and television personality who was a finalist in the MTV Base VJ Search in 2012. In 2013, she made her first acting appearance in Mzansi Magic's soap opera Isibaya.

This stunning Mzansi legend is also a model, accountant, human rights activist, and businesswoman, to name a few. Her tireless efforts to speak up for the voiceless have earned her widespread acclaim.

Let's take a peek at how 2022 has been for Nomzamo Mbatha so far.

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Will Nomzamo Be Cast As Hlomu On The Wife

The Wife viewers were saddened by the unexpected exit of Hlomu played by Mbalehle Mavimbela in the Showmax's leading telenovela. News of Mbalehle's exit was announced by blogger Phil Mphela. According Phil Mphela, the much loved Mbali exited the show after successfully playing the role for two seasons.

Phil reported again that Hlomu would be replaced following her exit. The blogger asked his fans who would be the best actress to replace her and several of his fans suggested that Nomzamo Mbatha will nail the role while other suggested Lungelo Mpangase.

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Nomzamo Enjoys Her Success

Nomzamo began her career as an actress in 2012, and in the ten short years, she has grown to be amongst the finest in the industry and now comfortably affords a life of luxury.

Nomzamo Mbatha's house, source: Instagram

Nomzamo is now enjoying great success after having worked hard to establish herself amongst the greatest names in the industry. Since 2019, Nomzamo Mbatha has been living in Los Angeles, California in the USA. The actress splits her time between the US and South Africa. This means that the Coming to America actress gets to enjoy the best of both worlds.

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Nomzamo Mbatha Heart Broken By Situation In Her Hometown

The media personality who spends most of her time overseas visited KZN following the devastating floods that killed at over 400 people and displaced thousands of families. At the time of the flooding the KZN Premier Sihle  Zikalala said that the provincial government had made an application to the national disaster management centre to access a total of R17 billion in relief funds.

Nomzamo took to her Instagram, to share her heartbreak at what she witnessed in her hometown. She wrote, "It is the most vulnerable and most marginalised that pay the highest price. A road that I use when driving to my mother’s house… that is also a bridge and ‘had’ homes on either said."

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Nomzamo Mbatha's  Take On  Failed Marriages Gets Thumbs Up

A clip from Nomzamo Mbatha's previous interview on Zaziwa with Pearl Modiadie where she gives her take on why marriages or relationships fail resurfaced following Minnie Dlamini's announced that she and her husband of four years are parting ways. The announcement sent social media into a frenzy.

The clip of Nomzamo giving her two cents on failed marriages was well received with a lot of people agreeing with her. Here is what she had to say.

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 Nomzamo Mbatha And Zamani Mbatha Are Sibling Goals

Nomzamo’s love and adoration for her siblings is apparent from her social media posts, and she never hesitates to praise them. Her younger brother Zamani Mbatha celebrated his 24th birthday earlier this year.

What made it a sweet celebration was Nomzamo gushing over Zamani on social media. In a series of pictures, Nomzamo showed us just how close they are, and how supportive they are of each other.

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Today as Nomzamo Mbatha celebrates her own birthday we wish her more success and happiness. Cheers to more life!!!

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