Meet The River’s Nomonde Real Life Husband

Nomonde Real Life Husband

Meet The River’s Nomonde Real Life Husband

Actress, Linda Mtoba has cemented her way into the fans’ hearts with her on-screen antics.

She went from being a school teacher to playing the beloved character of Zama Ngwenta on Isibaya.

Nomonde Real Life Husband

Zama’s exit from lsibaya was tragic and bloody, it ended in tears for the fans and the actors of the soapie.

Linda Mtoba revealed that her colleagues cried on set, on her last day of filming.

“When we filmed it, my colleagues cried because I was leaving and they were sad about that. So was I, but I was not on set when they were filming their scenes, so I saw it only on the night the episode aired. I called all of them to tell them how amazing they were.”

Next, she landed a gig on The River, where she played the vindictive and manipulative Nomonde.

It’s no lie that Linda Mtoba is easy on the eyes, we had to wonder, who is the lucky guy.

As is turns out, homegirl is very married and she’s a mom of one.

Linda Mtoba is very married to a white guy named Steven Mayer.

Nomonde Real Life Husband
Meet The River’s Nomonde Real Life Husband

In the beginning, the actress was very adamant about keeping Steven Mayer off social media and had to defend her decision several times saying

“I can’t even articulate how dumbfounded I am every time people get upset about what I choose to show about my private life. There’s so much of me that I give & share. The one that’s closest to my heart, being husband I want kept as my own & you feel I don’t deserve.”

Steven Mayer and Linda Mtoba have been married for three years now, and we’re hoping for more.

She described their cute meet as funny saying

It’s a very funny story. We saw each other at a club and didn’t talk. Two months later he inboxed me on Facebook.”

The rest as they say is history.

Nomonde Real Life Husband

She describes Steven as kind, caring, and empathic.

The couple have a cute little girl together


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