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'My mission is to change what people think about where I come from' - Nomzamo Mbatha

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Nomzamo Mbatha back home in KwaMashu township. Image supplied by Cotton On Foundation
Nomzamo Mbatha back home in KwaMashu township. Image supplied by Cotton On Foundation

Screams and warm embraces greet Nomzamo Mbatha. It is almost like she never left for Hollywood two years ago.  

She is home and still fully immersed in the heartbeat of the KwaMashu township that raised her. 

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