Nomzamo Mbatha was born on 13th July 1990 in KwaMashu Township, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Her full name is Nomzamo Nxumalo Mbatha. She is of Zulu ethnicity and was born to her mother Manatuku Mbata and her father Skuta Nxumalo, who passed away when she was 14 years old. She attended Rippon Primary School in Durban and Bechet High School, where she obtained her High School Diploma. In 2018, she graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting.
Nomzamo Mbatha is a talented actress, television personality, businesswoman, accountant, and human rights activist. She gained public attention for her role in the Mzansi Magic’s telenovela-turned-soap opera Isibaya. Her acting career took off after she became a finalist in the MTV Base VJ Search in 2012. Since then, she has appeared in numerous television series and movies, including Coming 2 America, A Hotel Called Memory, and Tell Me Sweet Something.
Philanthropy and Activism Nomzamo is a passionate human rights activist and has been involved in various philanthropic endeavors. She works to raise awareness and support for refugees, and she became a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador in 2019. Her dedication to social causes has made her a prominent figure in her home country and around the world.
Awards and Achievements
Throughout her career, Nomzamo has received numerous accolades and awards for her outstanding work in the entertainment industry and her contributions to social causes. Some of these awards include the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and the South African Film and Television Award for Best Actress.
Style and Fashion
Nomzamo is known for her impeccable style and fashion sense. She has been featured in numerous magazines and red carpet events, showcasing her ability to pull off various looks with elegance and grace.
Social Media Nomzamo is active on various social media platforms, where she shares updates about her work, personal life, and advocacy efforts. She has a strong following on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, where she regularly engages with her fans and supporters.
Interviews Throughout her career, Nomzamo has given numerous interviews to media outlets, discussing her acting career, personal life, and activism. She has appeared on TV shows like The Daily Show and The Real, sharing insights into her life and her journey as an actress and humanitarian.
|Shaka iLembe (TV Series)
|Queen Nandi (pre-production)
|Coming 2 America
|Isibaya (TV Series)
|Thandeka / Thandeka Zungu
|A Hotel Called Memory
|All About Love
|Umlilo (TV Series)
|The Jakes Are Missing
|Tell Me Sweet Something