She has the plug and the bling too. Foschini partners with Generations actress ‘Pamela’ Zola Nombona. Celebrated actress Zola Nombona from Generations: The Legacy wowed Mzansi with her big wins. She is topping trends after she revealed her million-rand partnership with one of the most prominent clothing lines in South Africa, Foschini. Her huge following has undoubtedly seen her securing several advertising deals and the Foschini being one of them. Her illustrious career has seen her being dupped as one of Mzansi’s finest.
She recently announced her partnership with renowned clothing company Foschini on her Instagram page. She partnered with them to advertise their clothes, not that it is her collection. In the video she released, she explained that this project required her to return to her roots and make connections with her true self in the villages where she was depicted doing so. But Mzansi is more than convinced that one day they will partner with her for her range.
However, Mzansi weighed into her big wins with some congratulatory messages. In the mix of things, some have it that they had already connected the dots because of her posters in the clothing line stores. We can all agree that she is a jill of all trades and a master. Her partnership sees her becoming one of the most sorts after celebrities when it comes to ambassadorial gigs. Already she has a host of endorsement deals with some of the big cooperates and automobiles in South Africa.
Level Up! Generations actress ‘Pamela’ Zola Nombona partners with Foschini
Not so long ago, she kissed her on-screen character of Pamela goodbye on Generations. Her exit came barely after six months on the show. The reasons behind her exit are still unknown, but the rumour mill has it that she left in good books with showrunners. She took to social media and praised the Generatiosncast and crew for her on-screen character success.
After working for a very long time and becoming tired, Zola ended up in the hospital. She advised Instagram users to pay attention to their bodies when they felt fatigued. Nombona acknowledged that being a working mother is one of the most challenging roles she has had to take on. She occasionally wanted to cry from exhaustion, so she gave up.