Although he featured in a few local productions after leaving the cast of Generations, fans have been wondering about her whereabouts.
In a 2020 interview with Lection on his podcast, Rantebeng opened up about the industry, what he would love to see change, and his whereabouts,
“One of the hardest things about the industry is that gaona spane, there’s too little content. I remember Ntate Hlaudi who spoke about 9-10. We should’ve supported that man as artists because if you watch the tv right now or listen to the radio, we are consuming a lot of international stuff which means that chelate is going out of the country to pay people abroad,” he told Lection.
Rantebeng says the dynamics of the industry have changed since he first started out in the early 2000s – it’s now all about social media following.
“When got into the industry around 2003/2004 when you went to an audition, there was a block there that said experience, and where did you study. Fast forward to now, that block has been replaced by the number of Instagram followers, and the number of Facebook followers. They. No longer look at your experience but at look at whether you’re an influencer or a socialite.
What Ranteebeng Has Beeen Up To
He is in the process of setting up his production company. “I really want to be the guy that’s behind the scenes, that’s providing content. I discovered that there’s a lot of space that I can fill. Besides that, I’m very much into network marketing.”
In other news – Bianca Naidoo finally breaks her silence
Late Riky Rick’s wife, Bianca Naidoo has assured people that she is actually happy and not the opposite as per their assumptions. The mother of two is currently the cover girl for a youthful magazine called Art Of Superwoman and she dished on her current mental state and how she plans on keeping Riky’s memory alive.
Bianca, known as Aunty B, spoke so passionately about young people, proving that she and Riky have a common interest in youth development. Learn More