Call me Mngoma – Norma Gigaba returns to her maiden surname

Norma Gigaba has returned to her maiden surname, Mngoma.
Norma Gigaba has returned to her maiden surname, Mngoma.
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She’s reintroducing herself to South Africa. After weeks of drama which included getting arrested, a court appearance and a whole lot of attention, she’s ready to move forward.

Norma Gigaba has gone back to using her maiden name, she posted.

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“Let me reintroduce this beautiful lady, who I’m crushing on her today WCW. Her name is Norma Mngoma, I’m so excited to use my maiden surname again, this is who I am and where I belong ... my IG handle is @Norma.Mngoma and on Twitter @normzmngoma #New beginnings,” she captioned a picture of herself posing in a platinum blonde haircut.

Since her arrest on charges including malicious damage to property, she’s been hailed as an ambassador for women, with many women standing behind her and defending her against her husband.

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Although Norma didn’t say she was getting a divorce from her husband, her reintroduction had many convinced that she was. Her friends celebrated her new phase.

Taking to the comments section of her post, recently divorced actress, Enhle Mbali commended Norma for her new chapter.

“Yebo ngiyavuma glow!!,” she wrote.

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Others took to Twitter to express their opinions on her post.

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