Nomzamo Mbatha (born 13 July 1990), is a South African actress, television personality, businesswoman, and human rights activist.
As of 2019, Mbatha resides in Los Angeles.
Nomzamo Mbatha wa d over 600 contestants. She placed in the top 70 and later in the top 10. She was one of the three top finalists. In 2014, the show in which Mbatha starred was converted into a daily Tell Me Sweet Something, and a television show Umlilo. That same year, she began hosting a reality travel show called “Holiday Swap”, on South African Broadcasting Corporation.
In 2015, she was selected to represent Neutrogena, being the first South African in that role.
In 2021, she appeared in the film Coming 2 America.
The previous year, Mbatha signed with talent management agency Creative Artists Agency.
In 2018, Mbatha was recognized as one of the OkayAfrika 100 Women 2018 Honorees, by OkayAfrica Digital Media.
In 2018, she spent time touring Kenyan refugee camps, in her role as UNHCR Ambassador.
She received an Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress nomination for playing “Moratiwa” in Tell Me Sweet Something (2015).
In January 2019, she was appointed a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. In October 2019, she was inducted into the Golden Key International Honour Society as one of its Honorary members.
Nomzamo Mbatha’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million, according to the list of South Celebrities and Net Worth in 2021.