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Nomzamo Mbatha Pays beautiful tribute to TV Husband Sdumo Mtshali

Nomzamo Mbatha Pays Beautiful Tribute To TV Husband Sdumo Mtshali! Fans of Isibaya are still adjusting to the death of much-loved character, Thandeka Zungu played by Nomzamo Mbatha. But the actress is not making the grieving process for viewers of the show easier. Wednesday morning she shared a heartfelt, tear-jerking video of herself and her TV husband Sdumo Mtshali fooling around on set. The lengthy post was a tribute to Sdumo and what she calls the most beautiful love story South African television has ever seen.

Nomzamo Mbatha

“Sdumo. Kusukela ekqaleni… From day 1… to the very last frame. Our love and respect has transcended beyond the screen. I say this without restraint, you are possibly the most incredible human being there is. Unchanging. Giving. So much centre. So rooted. I will never have the words for how you have shaped me not only as a person but also as a performer. Grateful to have told the most beautiful love story South African television has ever seen. Grateful to have gained one of my very best friends,” Nomzamo shared.
The actress went on to share how Sdumo almost missed a flight from Durban whilst helped her with her scenes for Coming 2 America.

“I want people to know the kind of heart you carry. How you nearly missed a flight out of Durban just so you could help me do readings for the last Coming 2 America tape submission. Letting me know I got it. You have always wanted to see me and others soar. Here’s to Sbu and Thandeka! Here’s to you! ❤️,” Nomzamo concluded.

In other news – Lerato Kganyago Shows off her beautiful house

Lerato Kganyago Shows Off Her Gorgeous Home! Lerato Kganyago is one of the most consistent and hardworking celebs around and it’s beautiful to watch her live her best life.

Lerato Kganyago

Lerato has previously shared sneaky photos inside her gorgeous home but if you’ve been wondering what huge looks like from the outside, wonder no more. The beauty recently took to Instagram celebrating four years of owning the home. Read more

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