- Thishiwe thanked Mandisa for supporting her through her spiritual journey
- Tshishiwe and Mandisa were named cutest couple at the Feather Awards in 2017
- They have been together for a long time now, even though they only started officially dating in 2017
Thishiwe Ziqubu thanked her partner, Mandisa Nduna for the unconditional love and support through her spiritual journey.
In an Instagram post she said that they had been through the toughest times together and rose out of it together, stronger than before.
She wrote: "I never thought a Human like You was possible. Your Love is infinite. You gave me strength through this Journey. You held it down throughout Our most trying time. You gave so much of yourself to Us, to IDlozi Lami. IDlozi likubonile futhi lizokuqhakazisa ngezenzo zakho. Thank you. Sisaya kude mina nawe. I love you @ndunaroyal."
*Translation of Zulu words: "my ancestor has seen you and will light a way for you for what you did. Thank you. We have a long way to go, me and you."
Although the two have been officially dating since 2017, they have been together for many years. The love for each other had inspired many people, and they were even crowned cutest couple at the Feather Awards in 2017.
Tshishiwe recently started wearing traditional clothing including beads and other accessories that is usually worn by sangomas and traditional healers that really caught the public eye.
According to TshiaLive, Thishiwe broke down what spirituality meant to her. She previously used it in her art.
She said there is so much more than just our own existence. She believes everyone has a spiritual side and experiences elements that don’t make sense sometimes. Thishiwe said while some believe in intuition and fate, other believe its God or spirits, but everyone agrees that we are not alone, and that there are other realms that we come in contact with.
The actress shared some vague snaps of her spiritual journey, however she is yet to tell us more about her calling.
Mandisa also shared a few snaps on her Instagram too.
Five months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Thishiwe felt that it was time that black people owned their own stories. She released her first story called , Emoyeni series, Nsanguluko.
Even though she made no money from it, she was happy to own it, have her name on it, that was enough for her.
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