Simphiwe Ngema is excited about motherhood. The actress penned down a note about the value of being a mother while slamming the society’s stigma. We grow up being told that when a woman has a child she “loses” value, it’s a “turn off” to men that would want to date her and her lobola will be taken down because she has a child. That concept is crazy to me. Having a child is the most beautiful thing in the world.
Simz further talked about the benefits of being a mother. You grow so much as a woman, if anything I think it adds value to a woman. The way you see the world changes. You become more driven, more loving, more compassionate and you work harder. Being a mother pushes you to be better at everything. It fuels the need to pursue your dreams. It’s almost as though someone has opened your eyes to a whole new world and they’ve shown you that you can achieve anything. Ngema is blatantly enjoying motherhood and she also eulogised her son.
I have never felt so blessed in my life, being a mother is the best thing in the world, I’m so in love with this little guy, I feel whole. He has brought joy, peace, happiness and unconditional love to my life. He completes me. Dear woman, whether you have a child or not, you are valuable.
In other news – Karabo Moroka and Tau Mogale return to Generations: The Legacy
Connie Ferguson and Rapulana Seiphemo return to Generations. Phil Mphela who is known to deliver updates about the entertainment industry disclosed information about the actors’ return to the TV drama.
The pair will reprise their roles as Karabo and Tau in the SABC1 soapie for few episodes as guest stars. Tau and Karabo return to Generations The Legacy, in April,” Phil wrote. Learn more