Sbahle Mzizi Wins A Nickelodeon Award

Makhadzi also made Mzansi proud

By  | Apr 14, 2022, 09:37 AM  | Ntando Duma  | Top of The

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It's a huge moment for young South African star, Sbahle Mzizi who just won herself an international award. Sbahle, who is the daughter of Ntando Duma, won a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards for Favourite African Kid Influencer award.

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Sbahele Mzizi has proven to be more than just a meme kid who by the way gives us the cutest and funniest memes. She is an internationally recognized social media kid who made her mother super proud.

Taking to Instagram, Sbahle bragged about her daughter and told people to come at her correct because she is the mother of an international award winner.

"I’m so emotional. My baby WON!! I’m such a proud mother. Thank you @nickelodeon for the nomination and a big Thank you to everyone that voted for my baby. @sbahlemzizi," she gushed.

Ntando then had to brag because who wouldn't? "Side Note: I’m a MOTHER of an international award winner please, so talk to me nice and address me correctly."

She then had to recognise her camp for helping her raise Sbahle into the bright girl she is, "A big shout to my phenomenal sisters and my mothers for helping me raise this little girl of mine to an incredible dynamite she now is. Ngiyabonga."

Also winning an award at the Nickelodeon’s Kid Choice Award, is none other than Makhadzi. The dynamic superstar won an award for Favourite African Star.

In her acceptance speech she said, "I'm very happy, I was hoping to win this and God answered my prayers. I'm speechless."

Makhadzi then thanked the people in her camp and people who supported her throughout her journey.

Makhadzi is also trying to get her philanthropic work up to standard. She donated 150K towards her charity of choice while in Botswana which is 10% of her earnings.

Read more: Makhadzi Cough Up R150K For Charity

While in the country she threw shade at her South African fans for not loving her the way her Batswana fans do. 

According to the OverView News, it said "the Limpopo born singer and performer got emotional over the the presidential treatment she received, and said that Botswana has given her more love than South Africa"

“I express my gratitude to the leaders of this country for allowing me to have my show here, Botswana is the only country that has shown me so much love even more than my own country. I want to reach out to the younger ones... " she said.

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