Actress Zola Nombona, who currently plays the role of Pamela Khoza on SABC 1’s soapie Generations: The Legacy, revealed she suffered a health scare that landed her in hospital.
Nombona who works tirelessly at securing the bag admitted to overworking herself, because of the health scare last month (9 September).
Actress Zola Nombona in hospital. Image via @znombona Instagram Story
HEALTH SCARE AND GRATITUDE
The actress hosted the fifth Royalty Soapie Awards nominees announcement last month (1 September) apart from working on the soapie.
Nombana stated on her Instagram Story:
“Sometimes life reminds us that we are mere mortals.”
“Reminder to be kind to yourselves, fatigue and burnout is a real thing.”
The actress also scared her followers yesterday (13 October) when she made it seem as though she is exiting the soapie.
She took to her Instagram account, posted a picture of herself on the set of the show, and expressed her gratitude to the Generations: The Legacy team.
Nombona said she has enjoyed her journey on the show since she joined the show six months ago.
“I’ve been with the Generations family for over six months now and what a lovely journey it has been.”
She assured her fans that her character Pamela Khoza, is about to shake things up and is not leaving the show.