- Nomzamo Mbatha hosted both Miss South Africa 2020 and the virtual Afropunk 2020 concert this past weekend
- Taking the stage of the virtual Afropunk 2020 concert, Nomzamo dropped jaws with her outfit
- Nomzamo quickly transitioned into her Miss South Africa 2020 host attire and knocked people's socks off
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Nomzamo Mbatha had a very busy weekend. The Mzansi beaut hosted both Miss South Africa 2020 and the virtual Afropunk 2020 concert. Sis owned the whole weekend.
Taking the stage of the virtual Afropunk 2020 concert, Nomzamo propped jaws. The event could not have chosen a more stunning and confident host.
The virtual Afropunk 2020 concert saw the likes of Muzi, Solo, Elaine Amanda Seales, Common and Tiwa Savage take the stage. Nomzamo looked absolutely gorgeous.
“AFROPUNK DAY 1 - Thank you to my friends at @GUCCI for pulling this piece out for me. #PlanetAfroPunk #AfroPunk”
Straight after her Afropunk gig, Nomzamo quickly transitioned into Miss South Africa’s 2020 host. Seeing her do this flawless transition reminded everyone of the powerhouse that is Nomzamo.
Social media was buzzing over Nomzamo and her flawless beauty. Taking over from Bonang Matheba was a tall task but nothing Nomzamo clearly couldn’t handle – she owned it!
“Nomzamo Mbatha effortlessly killing it with such ease and grace.”
“Nomzamo Mbatha picked the perfect hairstyle and dress tonight, she looks strong, bold and beautiful. STUNNING!”
“Nomzamo is proving to everyone who had doubts about her that she deserves to be tonight's host just like any qualified MC. She looks very beautiful.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha gave a moving speech at The 25th Anniversary of Beijing Women’s Conference High-Level Meeting. Being the strong and inspiring woman that she is, Nomzamo had invaluable words of wisdom to share.
The meeting took place on 1 October on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action convened by the President of the General Assembly. Member states are expected to put into action their commitments toward a more gender-equal world, something Nomzamo feels extremely passionate about.
Being chosen to speak, Nomzamo prepared a speech worth listening to. Taking to social media prior to the meeting, Nomzamo expressed her pride and excitement. Being able to have her voice heard through a channel of this stature is huge!
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