- Norma Mgoma recently took to social media to share an inspiring message with other women
- The former Mrs Gigaba shared that its okay to feel "weak" sometimes
- This comes after Mngoma and her estranged husband, Malusi Gigaba's marriage came to an end earlier this year
Formerly known as Mrs Gigaba, Norma Mngoma recently took to her Instagram to share some heartfelt emotional advice with women who are going through different hardships brought on by life.
In her lengthy IG post, she shared that it was okay for women to feel like giving up when things were getting too difficult. She also reminded them to keep their heads high and keep moving forward even when it seemed like things were not moving at all.
“Today I’m crushing on all women who feel like giving up, I want to remind you that it’s normal to feel emotional or weak when things don’t come together and when you know you are stretching yourself to make them work,” she wrote.
She continued by encouraging women to be resilient and by looking at everything from a positive perspective, allowing good things to come from bad things.
“I have learnt that the most resilient people are not only strong people but people who are capable of seeing everything as motivation. Don’t allow obstacles to weigh you down, use them as stepping stones to climb higher.”
She rounded off her motivational talk by reminding women to keep their heads up and to remember that tough times never last.
"Always remind yourself that you are making an effort towards becoming that person you want to be," she ended.
Briefly.co.za also reported, Tobeka Madiba Zuma does not need a man to make her happy. The former first lady is living her best life with friends and family and she's looking stunning while doing it. Taking to Instagram, Tobeka posted photos of herself in breath-taking outfits. In one of the posts, uBaba's estranged wifey opened up about life.
Her post read:
"Let’s face it, life is scary. We want to keep our loved ones, children, friends, and even ourselves safe throughout the day, emotionally and physically. It’s a natural instinct to protect the things we love most in our life, and lucky for us that we have a little extra help to make sure that they stay safeguarded."
Tobeka is reportedly dragging Msholozi to court for child support. uBaba is expected to appear before the Durban Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, 18 August. The former first lady is allegedly demanding R14 000 child support for their daughter, Ngobile.
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