Singer Nomfundo Moh receives a double platinum plaque at her graduation ceremony

Nomfundo Ngcobo, popularly known as Nomfundo Moh, graduated during the weekend. Social media has been set ablaze as she received what she termed as a double blessing on her special day. Her management team made her ceremony memorable after surprising her with a plaque that showed the success of her hit single Phakade lami.



At the graduation ceremony of the University of KwaZulu Natal class of 2022, Nomfundo got her honors. The songstress, studying for a bachelor’s in social work, was honored in her school work and music career. When her name was called to the stage, the singer was surprised that her song Soft life was being played. She danced to the stage, and a surprise awaited her there.

After just graduating, her management team presented her with a double-platinum plaque. This was for her song Phakade lami which she featured ShaSha and Ami Faku. The song has 9.8 million views on Youtube and over three million on Spotify. She has also been named Apple’s rising emerging African star. It was a surprise for Nomfundo as the song received gold status recently, and according to her, it was too soon for double platinum.

Nomfundo Moh receives her double-platinum plaque.

Nomfundo Moh graduating

The Phakade Lami hitmaker, in her speech shared on UKZN’s platform, tells black children that it can be done. Nomfundo says her degree choice was because she likes working with people and helping the community. She urges those who can not afford their fees to seek financial aid until accepted. She tells people to keep trying and never give up on their dreams.

Celebrities have shown their support for Nomfundo by saying their congratulations. DJ Zinhle shared on her Instagram stories and called the songstress an overachiever while playing Phakade lami in the background. Durban gen actress Fanele Ntuli also congratulated Nomfundo on her page.

Watch the Instagram video on the source link below.