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Nomuzi Mabena confirms split from Sbuda Roc

Rapper and TV presenter Nomuzi “Moozlie” Mabena is officially single. She recently confirmed the news with Zingah on Choppin It With Buddha T’s podcast. There were reports that her eight-year relationship with Sbuda Roc had ended but the media personality remained mum.

“I’m a bad bi**h. That’s all you need to know. I’m single. But I’m seeing someone. He is nice, I like him. There’s in a relationship and there’s seeing someone. I was in a relationship for a very long time. I was in an eight-year relationship,” she said when she opened up about her split towards the end of the episode.

When asked why she let go of the relationship she said: “Cause I’m bad like a Barbie. Life happens and that’s okay. I will always love my dude, we did amazing things. It was great. Iconic. We went crazy, But I’m a bad bi**h.

“Between you and me I’m not really an on my own kind of person. On my own, I’m going to go crazy. The thing is I’ve been a bad bi**h like I will have a boyfriend and still serve you a**, sexy, and twerks.”

When the pair celebrated their eighth anniversary in 2022 Moozlie headed to her Instagram timeline to gush over her then-boyfriend.

“Have you ever noticed how similar 8 and the infinity sign are? Happy anniversary Boo, I love you,” the rapper wrote in her caption along with snaps from the best of times they had shared.

In 2020, on Sbuda’s birthday, the star called on her fans to help her express her love for her bae.

“Hey guys, I need your help. Today is Sbuda Roc’s birthday and I need you all to tell him that I love him so much. Please also tell him he’s super special to me and I truly thank God for this day.

“And that he’s the coolest dude ever and I’m so happy I found him. And I can’t wait to spend all his birthdays with him. That’s all. I’ll tell him the rest but yeah, I’d really appreciate your help guys. Thank you.”

In other news – Duty free entry for Zimbabwe Exemption Permit holders

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has approved a customs clearance system for South Africa-based residents who hold Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEP) to bring their goods to Zimbabwe on duty-free when their permits expire.

Prior to that, Zimbabweans from South Africa have been paying duty at the border post to transport their goods to the other side of the border. Zimra has approved the Flexible Customs Administration Mechanism for the clearance procedure for returning residents. Read More

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