- Nomzamo Mbatha has filed a police report after her R200 000 Rolex watch went missing at a Sunset Towers unit
- The beauty told police the watch is not insured
- Sunset Towers has distanced itself from the incident, saying the unidentified owner of the unit should take responsibility
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Nomzamo Mbatha was left disappointed after her Rolex watch went missing at a Southern Sun unit in November last year.
The time piece was worth a whopping R200 000 and was uninsured.
Daily Sun got hold of a police statement where the star detailed the disturbing incident.
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Daily Sun reports that the actress was panicked when she realised that the watch was missing and immediately asked staff and cleaners if it had been handed in or seen.
Nobody owned up to having seen or taken it.
The Sunset Towers Body Corporate said it did not want to get involved as it believes the owner of the unit should hold all accountability.
Nomzamo, herself, did not want to comment as it is now a legal matter.
This unfortunate occurrence is sure to have put a dent in Nomzamo's festive spirit, but she didn't let it keep her down for long.
Briefly.co.za reported that she celebrated one year since first flying to work in the States last month.
The beauty was all smiles as she sat bare-faced in first class.
She recently left
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