Simphiwe Ngema wants to create a platform for women to express their daily struggles
This year has proven to be one of the best for Simphiwe Ngema. She got to release her late husband’s debut album and even got a part in a popular soapie.
Although she still grieves from her husband’s death, she has chosen to show us just how well she has been able to cope with it thus far and taking charge of her life. Simphiwe has been showing off her body and giving us all kinds of #goals.
As her acting career continues to thrive and her singing career gains momentum, Simz Ngema hasn’t forgotten her desire to help create safe spaces for women to come together and talk.
Simz shared why the “Diary of a young widow, divorcee and single woman” project was a priority for her and the lessons she had learned so far.
“I realized that it is generally really hard for women to be really vulnerable and feel safe. There aren’t enough spaces for that because women are judged so much.
No matter what or where you are, society is not kind to women and it is worsened by the fact that women often turn around and do it (judge) to each other.
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