Lerato Zah Moloi came back strong in 2018: Legends never fade

Lerato Zah Moloi came back strong in 2018: Legends never fade

- Lerato had been out of the game fro 10 years

- She returned in 2018 with a temp gig on OPW and then landed a role in The Throne

- 2018 was her comeback year and she did it in style

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Lerato Zah Moloi has made a lasting impact on Mzansi with her flawless acting skills. She will forever be remembered for her iconic roles.

It had been sometime since we had seen Lerato on our screens. After a huge 10-year break, Lerato came back and wowed Mzansi again.

Many of us now know her as The Throne's princess Kefilwe Kwena, but for others, she is known as Muvhango's Refiloe.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Lerato made her first appearance on TV in 10 years when she was a guest host on Our Perfect Wedding.

Lerato told TshisaLIVE that she absolutely loved hosting the show. She also said that her hosting the show would mean that she could interact with everyone as she is multilingual.

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This new approach to the show would mean that all mother tongues would be included. Lerato believes that it is important to include everyone and have a host that is able to do so.

Despite Lerato’s awesome approach, she was only a guest host and thus her time came to an end.

Shortly after her time on OPW, Lerato landed the role of Princess Kefilwe Kwena in The Throne, a Ferguson Film production. This was in July 2018.

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She has done the role justice and once again stolen the hearts of many. We cannot wait to see more of Princess Kefilwe in 2019, Lerato is killing it!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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