- Toya Delazy just bought her very first home in London and it is beautiful
- Letting fans get a sneak peek of her home, Toya expressed her excitement and pride over officially being a homeowner
- Fans sent their sincere congratulations to Toya on this huge achievement, letting her know just how proud they are of her
Toya Delazy has levelled up hard after buying a beautiful home in London. Moving abroad is something many South African celebs think about in order to grow their career, and Toya has done just that.
It was not an easy decision to move, however. Toya is laying roots that she is extremely proud of and grateful for. Becoming a homeowner is most people’s dream.
Taking to social media with pride, Toya showed fans a little snap of her new place. It is a modern looking home that we are sure Toya will spend many happy days in, making invaluable memories.
“Bought a new crib in London finally a home owner. Thank you Mvelinqanga. Our dining room.”
Toya received a lot of love and congratulations from fans. The people of Mzansi love nothing more than to see fellow South Africans succeeding, even if it is in a another country.
“Congratulations Toya . Glad to see that London is treating you well.”
“I like the chair. It's so unique... Congratulations on your new place MaShenge, God is good.”
“Ngzodlula lapho Nazo!! Congratulations.”
“Really... congratulations, you’ve done yourself a big favour love.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Nontle Nako took almost eight years off work to study was fired from her position as a deputy chief education specialist. She was studying for a psychology doctorate in the US.
She was fired but has been reinstated and has won R2 million in back pay. She appealed her termination by the Eastern Cape Education Department where she asked for R3.4 million in back-pay.
This was declined by the Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC) arbitrator, instead, she got another offer of just over R2 million which covers her salary for six weeks when she returned from America and the period after she was fired in 2016 according to Times Live.
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