Enhle Mbali Explains Why She Prefers Black Coffee
Enhle Mbali, an actress and businesswoman, had a public divorce with her spouse Nkosinathi “Black Coffee” Maphumulo, but it appears that she is now on the mend. The mother of two has completed her newest project, Voice, in which she shares more about her life and career experience.
The actress has been teasing the highly awaited film on her Instagram account, where she has documented her path to empowerment as a single mother and is now ready to tell her story.
The actress initially discusses how she first became interested in acting when she was five years old and saw Mbongeni Ngema’s Sarafina. She then goes on to talk about her two sons and how she wants them to be raised. Anesu (10) and Asante (9) are Enhle and Black Coffee’s two sons (6). Enhle expressed her desire for her sons to be raised by attractive and powerful women, but boys need to be surrounded by men who can teach them things that women cannot.
“I was raised by beautiful, powerful women and these boys have to be raised by beautiful powerful pride of women as well but they’re also boys and need men to be a part of their lives. That being their father, I think it’s important for me to allow the boys to have male role models and as women I think we fight certain situations but I think its highly imperative that boy children have boy examples” she said.
The actress discussed how she grew up with aunties and uncles and how she wants her children to have the same experience, but also to be surrounded by guys who are proud of them. Enhle emphasized how her recognition of this factor demonstrates her strength and maturity. The actress expresses her gratitude to the people who reared her for instilling in her a good mindset. The project also features footage of Black Coffee playing hide & seek with his father.
The actress previously stated that this film is about her personal healing journey following years of alleged mistreatment during her marriage. The goal of the project is to encourage other ladies who have gone through similar experiences to not be frightened to start afresh.