- Actress Zenande Mfenyana has confirmed that she has given birth to her bundle of joy
- The media personality took to social media to share her motherhood experience, revealing that her baby has been born
- Excited Mzansi social media users congratulated her on the delivery of her first child
Actress Zenande Mfenyana has confirmed that she has given birth to her bundle of joy. This comes after months of speculation as the media personality left her fans on read when they asked her about when the baby was due.
The proud mommy recently took to social media to share her parenting experience. The starlet said that she did not know that she could use both her hands efficiently until she had a daughter.
"I didn’t know I was ambidextrous till I had my daughter... I also didn’t know that I can do soooo many things with one hand, and don’t get me started on being fully functional on such little sleep. Amazing. Being a mother is magical."
Of course fans flooded her comments section to congratulate her on delivering the little one.
Twitter user MurhandiwaK said:
"Welcome to motherhood mntase."
"You will find that your heart is bigger too. You will be amazed at how much you just love everything, even that irritating dog from next door that barks all night. Such is motherhood. Enjoy"
"I was laughing at myself when my son was a year older, just thinking about things I never thought I could do and the little sleep I used to get. Its amazing. Congratulations."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zenande Mfenyana took to social media to share that she was worried about the high number of Mzansi peeps who have ditched their masks amid Level 2 lockdown. The gorgeous actress expressed that she doesn't understand why some citizens have suddenly decided to ignore the country's Covid-19 restrictions.
Zenande is one of many social media users who have expressed their concern at the behaviour of some people who have disregarded the regulations of SA's Covid-19 rules, especially since the country has moved to Level 2 lockdown.
The star tweeted:
"Is Covid-19 over? I’m seeing post after post with people not wearing masks. Can someone make me understand, please?"
Zenande's fans have also shared their views about her post. Most of them also said they are worried that the spread of the virus will increase drastically in Level 2.
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