So Paid, Sikelelwa Vuyeleni ‘Nambitha’ from House of Zwide’s business empire stuns Mzansi.
Sikelelwa Vuyeleni is famously known as Nambitha, the fashion intern at House of Zwide whose dream is to make it big in the industry. Playing fair did not get her anywhere at the beginning of her internship, so she sabotaged her fellow workmate’s work. Even though this shed the spotlight on her, she was negatively put on her boss’ radar.
However, as a person who repented, she took the opportunity to work extra hard and earn her position fairly. With her redemption at the company came a challenging period in her life where her family parted ways with her childhood friend’s family. That meant she could no longer accept financial help from her mother’s former bosses, which proved hard on her. She also had to step up and become the breadwinner in her family. This made her the job at House of Zwide much more than before.
In real life, Sikelelwa Vuyeleni is a wealthy young creative using her influence for good and getting paid at the same time. Her acting career debuted with her role as a street kid named Zen in Traffic. This happened when she was still in Grade 11, and her career blew out.
Actress Sikelelwa Vuyeleni’s business empire impresses Mzansi
She studied Film and Video at University, which grew her talent and love for television. After that, she landed roles in Isikizi, playing Lelethu and Hope, playing Thando. The first most significant role of her acting career is Nambitha in House of Zwide, and it’s opened many doors for her.
Besides her budding acting career, Sikelelwa is also a business owner and has a production company. She is the founder and CEO of Sikslense, which is just starting. On top of that, she is also into fitness and uses Instagram and Youtube to share her workout videos. The actress is also a self-taught chef who loves to follow recipes and work her magic in the kitchen.
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