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Nomfundo Moh added to the Swazi Polo line-up

Nomfundo Moh

By Siphesihle Dlamini

SOUTH African Afro Pop artist Nomfundo Moh will perform at the Swazi Polo which is set to be hosted at Manzini Club Lawns on September 30.

Swazi Polo is an event inspired by a sophisticated daytime event infused with music, fashion and food. It is curated to meet the wishful thinking of mixing music and fashion in the Manzini community. The show has already confirmed DJ Sithelo as a headliner.

Nomfundo Ngcobo, who is affectionately known as Nomfundo Moh is a South African singer, songwriter and performer. Born and raised in Ndwendwe, KwaZulu-Natal, her career began at the age of 16. She first gained recognition after releasing her debut song ‘Lilizela’ in 2021, which received platinum certification in South Africa.

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Having signed a record deal with Universal Music, she rose to prominence with her debut studio album, ‘Amagama’, which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA). The album was preceded by commercially successful singles, ‘Phakade Lami’, ‘Lilizela’ and ‘Umthwalo’.

In an interview with Swazi Boy Entertainment Public Relations Officer, Miss N, she said they are excited to be bringing Nomfundo Moh to join them. She further said Nomfundo needs no introduction as she has several hit songs under her name and they believe she fits perfectly with their line-up. She further said that they would be sharing more exciting acts.

“The Wine Boutique and the Waffle Palace have also been confirmed to be joining us on the day. People can come prepared for a wonderful and exciting time filled with good music, food and wine,” she added. Tickets are available on Computicket. There are individual tickets, group tickets, family and work packages. Miss N urged people to get their tickets as soon as possible.

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