BIRTH NAME: Nomzamo Mxumalo Mbatha
DATE OF BIRTH: 13th July 1990
PLACE OF BIRTH: Kwa-Mashu, KwaZulu-Natal
OCCUPATION: Actress and Television Personality
BROTHER: Zamani Mbatha
MOTHER: Manatuku Mbatha
BOYFRIEND: Maps Maponyane
Nomzamo Mbatha is the South African actress and television personality best known for playing the role of Thandeka Zungu in Mzansi Magic soapie drama Isibaya.
Early Life , Background And Childhood
Nomzamo Mxumalo Mbatha was born on the 13th of July 1990 in KwaMashu, near Durban in KwaZulu-Natal. She did her primary school student at Sihlezi Primary School in KwaMhlanga and completed matric at Bechet High School.
Nomzamo Mbatha’s mother is Manatuku Mbatha and her brother Zamani Mbatha, who is best known for playing the role of Zamani on Mzansi Magic telenovela Isithembiso.
Today I am most grateful for the simplest thing… and that is to be able to pick up the phone, call you, have you answer, share a joke and laugh until our tummies hurt! My Queen, ngibonga uthando lwakho, even when I make mistakes you are quick with your forgiveness and slow in anger. I’ve watched you be confident, strong, witty, courageous, kind and free. Ma… that’s what you’ve taught me, freedom to be myself even if it makes the world uncomfortable, to carry my load with grace and TO LOVE PEOPLE… Thank you for raising me and loving me so well… Forever and always. 🌸 Happy Mothers Day #ChampionMom #RaisingChampions ❤️ 📷: @aust_malema
Nomzamo’s boyfriend is South African model and television personality Maps Maponyane. She once dated gospel singer, Khaya Mthethwa.
Nomzamo Mbatha completed her BCom Accounting degree from University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2018.
Nomzamo was one of the three finalists in the 2012 MTV Base VJ Search. She landed her first acting role in the Mzansi Magic telenovela-turned-soap-opera isiBaya, in 2013.
In 2015 she had a starring role as Khwezi, an orphan from KwaZulu-Natal who was adopted by her uncle as a teenager and is the potential third wife in a polygamous marriage, in the e.tv drama series Umlilo and she also played the role of Moratiwa on South African romantic comedy film titled Tell Me Sweet Something alongside Maps Maponyane and Thishiwe Ziqubu.
She played the role of Palesa on Mzansi magic drama series Lockdown in 2017.