Connie Ferguson And Rapulana Seiphemo rejoin Generations: The Legacy
Actress Connie Ferguson is returning to Generations as Karabo Moroka, years after leaving the soapie. She left in 2016 to focus on her family business, Ferguson Films, with her late husband, Shona Ferguson.
This was after she had been in the show for many years and her exit was followed by a mass exodus of other actors. The show was rumoured to be underpaying actors and they had a strike over salaries leading to their exit.
The executive producer of Generations at the time, Mfundi Vundla, expressed his gratitude for Connie’s contributions to the show.
Ferguson went on to be a big player in the entertainment game with a lot of shows that became fans favourite. This includes The Queen and also Netflix’s Kings of Joburg.
Connie and Rapulana to make appearances in Generations: The Legacy after many years
The two actors also played lovers in the Queen and even got married on-screen. This was before Rapulana’s character was killed off a few months before the series came to an end. The show wrapped up production last year and stopped airing earlier this year in a teary finale.
Connie’s return to Generations comes just two months after her Telenovela, The Queen, was cancelled by Mzansi Magic. Rapulana Seiphemo, who played Connie’s on-screen lover, will also be returning to the show for a few episodes as a guest star. The pair will reprise their roles as Karabo and Tau in Generations The Legacy starting in April.
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