It hasn’t been easy. Zola Nombona opens up

It hasn’t been easy. Zola Nombona opens up

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Award-winning actress and performer Zola Nombona recently took to her Instagram to open up about the struggles of a working mom. She said this is often the toughest role she ever had to play.

Posting a snap of her and her beautiful baby, Zola wrote: “Being a working mother is unquestionably one among the toughest roles I’ve had to play. There are days where I find myself so tired I could cry.

Being a working mother is surely one of the toughest roles I’ve had to play. There are days where I find myself so tired I could cry.
Then guilt kicks in. ‘You can’t be complaining of being tired when you’ve been blessed with work, and doing what you love at that’ I think to myself. Then I start feeling tension in my head as I head back to learning my lines and working.
As I open my laptop I hear my son joyfully playing and laughing and my heart smiles. I go sneak in a kiss and go back to work because I have an early call time and need to be at my best at work. Yeyi kunzima.
I then pray ngoba what else can I do. Ndiwutsho ke umthandazo omncinci ‘Yehova. Bawo wethu osemazulwni. Gxalaba elibanzi. The great I Am (uyathuthwa kaloku naye uYehova) Ndicela undomeleze. Amen

Then the guilt kicks in. ‘You can’t be complaining of being tired when you’ve been blessed work, and doing what you’re keen on at that’ i feel to myself. Then I start feeling the strain in my head as I head back to learning my lines and dealing .”

The new mom said she always pray to God and invite strength, she concluded her lengthy post with a wish of strength to all or any the mothers.

“As I open my laptop I hear my son joyfully playing and laughing and my heart smiles. i’m going sneak during a kiss and return to figure because I even have an early call time and wish to be at my best at work. Yeyi kunzima.

“I then pray ngoba what else am i able to do. Ndiwutsho ke umthandazo omncinci ‘Yehova. Bawo wethu osemazulwni. Gxalaba elibanzi. the good i’m (uyathuthwa kaloku naye uYehova) Ndicela undomeleze. Amen. to all or any mothers. Ndithi yanga iNkosi inganomeleza kulomsebenzi esikuwo,” she wrote.

Zola recently bagged a task on SABC 1’s popular soapie Generations: The Legacy. she is going to be starring alongside the likes of Latoya Makhene, Manaka Ranaka, and Abigail Kubeka just to call a couple of . consistent with entertainment reporter Phil Mphela, Zola are going to be playing the role of Pamela a ballsy journalist who will stop at nothing to urge the reality .

Last month she was celebrating a premiere of Trapped. a brief film that embraces queer love. Zola played Ayanda on the film.

Taking to her Instagram to remind her fans to tune she wrote: “It’s TRAPPED day!!!! I’m so excited!! an enormous congratulations to my friend @athipetela who wrote and directed this short film. I’m so pleased with you chomi an enormous many thanks to @nfvfsa @mzansi_fosho and our viewing partners @ariff_festival @actorspaces… Please show us love tonight at 19:30 on SABC 1 #trappedfilm.“

 

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Zola has also starred on many other Mzansi’s top shows like Zbondiwe, Lockdown, Isono, Single Galz, Ehostela, and lots of more.

In 2016, she won the golden horn award for the simplest Lead Actress, an equivalent year she was also nominated for best actress during a comedy series. In 2018 she bagged a golden horn nomination for best actress during a lead role for a drama series.