Observer on Saturday - - Lifestyle -

omor­row the world will be cel­e­brat­ing moth­ers. We should truly ap­pre­ci­ate and value them, we must look be­yond the day-to-day to some­thing deeper. Mother’s Day is tra­di­tion­ally a cel­e­bra­tion to ob­serve and cel­e­brate moth­ers, grand­moth­ers and step­moms with flow­ers, gifts, cards and even break­fast in bed even. So to­day we have gospel singer Non­du­miso Nh­leko, a mother of two beau­ti­ful chil­dren. She jug­gles her eight to five job and singing. Non­du­miso hails from a Chris­tian fam­ily with two lov­ing par­ents and three trou­ble­some (so she calls them) but awe­some sib­lings. “I am a Chris­tian my­self and go to Rest in Christ Min­istries,cur­rent­lyre­side at Mpolon­jeni out­side Mba­bane, work at KPMG Swazi­land as a tax trainee, stud­ied at Uni­ver­sity of South Afric­a­holdaBach­e­lo­rofCom­mercede­gree in Ac­count­ing and Fi­nance. I sing and love gospel mu­sic,” she tells L&E.

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It all started back at home, her fa­ther be­ing a pas­tor the pas­sion grew and God takes her from one level to an­other. She has worked with a lot of artists in the king­dom and out­side. To name a few be­ing Nduduzo Matse, Bakhe Dlamini, Nothando Hlophe, Banele Dlamini, Sihle Zwane, Linda Dlamini, Tlale Makhene, Itallo, Wis­dom N, Gabriel D,Shek­inah M, Mn­qobi Maseko, Zaza Mokhethi, Juanita Bynum, Wil­liam Se­jake, Sibu­siso Mthembu, Ayanda Shange, Mkhu­l­uliBhebhe,NomthySibisiand­many oth­ers.

“I re­ceived an op­por­tu­nity (cour­tesy of Le­ser­ato Events) to record my own song

in the Swazi Praise project. I also fea­ture Nduduzo Matse al­bum in the song ti­tled recorded on his Sounds of Glory project. Worth men­tion­ing also is that in his re­cent record­ing at Metropoli­tan, I was blessed with an op­por­tu­nity to work and record an­other song with him (ti­tled

Your Grace and Mercy – writ­ten by Frans Dlamini) com­ing

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