- Mzansi actress Simz Ngema took to social media to share that she's going back to work
- Simz was on maternity leave for six months after giving birth to her son Tiyani
- She's absolutely loving motherhood and her love life seems to be going well too
Simphiwe "Simz" Ngema has made a return back to work after being on maternity leave. Simz recently gave birth to her son Tiyani and now she's ready to get back to business. During her time off, Simz took the opportunity to bond with her son and shed the baby weight.
The mother of one has been sharing her weight loss journey with her followers on social media. She made it clear that she wouldn't be letting anyone put pressure on her to lose weight. Simz gained 20kg during her pregnancy.
Ngema kept her pregnancy under wraps for a very long time and only revealed the news much later to her followers.
Simz took to social media to share the details about her return to work:
"Almost time to go back to work. I’ve been blessed to have had a whole six months at home with my son. I have newly-found respect for mothers. I’m learning so much and I’m enjoying every moment," said Simz.
She also said that she has faced some difficult moments during motherhood but her son makes it all worthwhile.
Simz has been doing very well for herself and is clearly in love with her baby daddy, Tino Chinyani. She usually shares posts where she gushes about him and is living her best life.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi rocked a stunning look made up of only South African brands. One of Mzansi's most fashionable celebrities has put together another bold outfit but also made it a shout-out to local brands.
Somizi Mhlongo is no stranger to the world of clothes and recently took to social media to share a pic of himself in a brightly-coloured outfit. The star then added clarification in his caption by saying that all the clothing brands he was wearing in the photo were South African.
Somgaga has often used his platform to do some good, whether to donate to a charity, speak about mental health or showcase some budding talent.
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