Zulu Princess! 10 Times Nomzamo Mbatha Owned Her Heritage

Indeed, seeing local celebrities paint their timelines with all kinds of colours and prints for Heritage Day throughout Thursday was a refreshing sight. And we, being very vigilant in following the lives of those who make lots of money from looking like themselves, were rather overly excited to find out who decided to wear what as part of taking it back to the roots and celebrating their heritage. But while we loved all the beautiful garments and accessories put on display, we suddenly remembered that some stars do not always have to wait for a certain day to show pride in their tradition Рno shade.

One such girl is the gorgeous Nomzamo Mbatha! Mbatha leaves not an opportunity to play around with her fashion choices and loves incorporating an authentic African touch to her look whenever she can. Dubbed by many as the ‘Zulu princess’, the Tell Me Sweet Something actress has proven many a time that she loves being an African woman. Here are some snaps adorning the interweb with a beautiful touch of Zulu fierceness .



The actress, who stars on Isibaya and Umlilo, is also the lead actress on local romantic comedy Tell Me Something. There, she stars alongside the likes of Maps Maponyane as a disillusioned writer who must reconcile her rocky romantic history with potential for new love. Read our reviews HERENomzamo-Mbatha2 It would also prove that natural beauty and embracing her culture so very effortlessly, and without being in anyone’s face about it, would work wonder for the KZN actress. Earlier this year, she scored herself a pretty big gig as the face of global cosmetics brand Neutrogena.¬†Nomzamo+Mbatha Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.34.41 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.35.19 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.35.45 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.36.14 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.36.34 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.37.17 AM Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 12.38.09 AM


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