If there is one person that strives to maintain law and order while knowing all the ins, outs and juicy news at the Gauteng University, it’s Sis Ouma. When she’s not making sure that Emkay doesn’t sneak into the girl’s res rooms, you’ll be sure to find her hovering around Tbose, Kwaito, and Fanie; making sure they aren’t cooking up any sneaky affairs. Sis Ouma, played by Nokuzola Mlenganan, has become a viewer’s favorite and the face for maintaining law and order in student res life. We have come know that there’s no res story that breaks without Sis Ouma knowing the scoop and having some opinion on it. However, Sis Ouma has shown a weakness for having a soft spot for is Lelo, the same Lelo that has proven time and again that she is not the type of person one should get too close to.
We recently sat down with Nokuzola Mlenganan to find out what are 5 things about her that people don’t know about her:
- I am a person that values my family and will protect them at any point. If you do bad to my family, you have done bad to me. I’ll come for you! Lol! Their love and support for me has gotten me through really tough times.
- I am a very spiritual person and love all things that have to do with God. The person that motivates me a lot is Joel Osteen and I never miss his talks on TV. My favorite TV programs are the ones that speak of religion and God.
- My favorite genre of music is mbhaqanga music, but my favorite artist of all time is Lucky Dube. To this day, I still play his music on a daily.
- Sis Ouma and Nokuzola are very different. Nokuzola is someone who loves fashion and always wears the latest trending closes. On the other hand, Sis Ouma is all about her wig and her uniform.
- When I was younger, I used to run marathons and always made sure that I remain healthy. I encourage young people out there to stay active and stop using things that harm their bodies. Today, even though I am unable to run like I used to, I still make sure I complete a 5-10KM walk/run a day.
Make sure to keep it locked to Skeem Saam every Monday-Friday at 18:30 to see how Sis Ouma keeps the Gauteng University students on the straight and narrow.
By: Buhle Maseko