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Watch: Actress Connie Ferguson’s R5 million car

Mzansi actress and producer Constance Connie Ferguson is one of the country’s most decorated stars.

She was born on June 10, 1970. She is popular for playing Karabo Moroka in South Africa’s most popular soapie Generations between 1994 and 2010. She returned to the show in 2014 when they were rebranding to Generations: The Legacy.

Connie Ferguson (the Masilo) married fellow actor Neo Matsunyane in 1993. Whom she shares a daughter. They divorced in 1998, after five years of marriage.

In July 2001, Connie met actor and producer Shona Ferguson. In November 2001, three years after her divorce from Matsunyane, they got. married.

The following year the couple welcomed their daughter Ali Ferguson.

On the 30th of July 2021, Shona Ferguson, unfortunately, passed away after Covid-19-related complications.

Connie and Shona launched their television and film production company Ferguson Films in 2010. Their first show under their production company Rockville was commissioned by Mnet in 2010. Productions that followed include iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Queen, and The Imposter.

Connie recently shot an ad with a South African restaurant which she shared on her social media. What caught many fans by surprise was the car Connie pulled up to the restaurant in. A. Lamborghini Urus, which according to many South African vehicle sites costs R5 million rands.

 

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Source: News365.co.za

In other news – Drama as Somizi demands his money back after spending R30 000 on a night out with friends

Media personality Somizi Mhlongo revealed that he made his entourage pay him back R3000 each after he footed a R30 000 bill on a night out in Cape Town, on the latest episode of his reality show which was released on Showmaxon Wednesday 1 June.

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Somizi Mhlongo revealed that he asked his entourage to each pay him back R3000 after he was left to foot a R30 000 bill on a night out in Cape Town – in a conversation with his friend Ndo Maleho. Learn More

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