Nomsa 'Nomi Supasta' Mazwai is finally having a baby

Nomsa 'Nomi Supasta' Mazwai is finally having a baby

- Ntsiki is over the moon that her baby sister is having a baby

- Nomsa is a highly qualified lady and is one of the top 200 young people in SA by Mail and Guardian

- Big congratulations have been given on the welcoming of this tiny bundle of joy

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It’s all smiles and laughter for the Mazwai family. Congratulations go out to one of the sisters that is pregnant.

Nomsa is the sister that is expecting and Ntsiki has been dotting over her younger sister, since this will be her first child.

The sisters grew up with a single dad in Soweto. Nomsa likes to call herself ‘creative’ and with it has an impressive biography. This 33-year-old now resides in a small town called Hamburg in the Eastern Cape. She is the Director of Emthonjeni Arts in the town, reported ZAlebs.

The Mail and Guardian has even named her one of the top 200 young people in South Africa. Her other accolades consist of a Fulbright Scholar, a South African Music Award winner and a three-time South African Music Award Nominee.

READ ALSO: 5 fun facts about South Africa's golden boy of cricket: Kagiso Rabada learnt that Nomsa boasts three degrees, namely; a MA in International Political Economy and Development from Fordham University in New York, a B.Com. Economics from the University of Fort Hare and an Honors in Economics -Financial Markets from the same institution.

Nomsa does vast amounts of work within rural communities. Apart from her studies and community work, Nomsa has received various awards for both her music and academic work.

The outstanding work Nomsa has done, has been acknowledge in many prominent publications and reports.

Nomsa is known as’ Nomisupasta’ resulting from her personality and her creativity.

A big congratulations go out to Nomi and her partner has the arrival of the precious new bundle of joy. reported previously, Mazwai took to social media to let her followers know she's no longer a fan of actress Nomzamo following Somizi's roast.

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