She has the range – Jerusalema singer Nomcebo Zikode rewards herself with a new whip

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Nomcebo Zikode's Jerusalema is the highest earning song in South Africa and has earned gold Status.
Nomcebo Zikode's Jerusalema is the highest earning song in South Africa and has earned gold Status.
Oupa Bopape

She's been touring the world and performing her hit music all around the globe.

Jersusalema, her hit song with musician and record producer Kgaogelo Moagi, popularly known as Master KG star, recently earned gold status, making it the highest-earning song in South Africa.

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Singer Nomcebo Zikode couldn't contain her excitement and pride over the success of the song which she wrote and performed in her home language, IsiZulu.

"I’ve lived an amazing life with great people who have helped me throughout my ups and downs," she said on social media when she shared the news. 

"Despite the fact that some people have attempted to dim my light and downplay my work and achievement, I am proud of myself and I know that my voice will forever be synonymous with this great accomplishment. Thank you God and thank you to all my supporters," she wrote on Instagram.

She's been working hard and to celebrate the strides she's made in the entertainment industry, the singer recently rewarded herself with a new car.

The Bayabuza hitmaker wore a white suit to fetch her black Range Rover in Johannesburg South, and she celebrated the moment with her family then shared it with her followers, thanking them for their endless support. 

"We celebrate life, the big things, the little things, and the things that make us realise how far we’ve come," she said. "I’m so happy that I am able to share this moment with my family and those closest to me."

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