- Ferry Jele not only does her thing in front of the camera on the popular soapie, The River, but is also a director
- The star has been praised for helping put together what's considered one of the best telenovelas on Mzansi television
- Ferry plays the character of Vero on the popular drama, which has won several South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs)
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Legendary actress Ferry Jele has been wearing a different hat on the award-winning drama series The River - that of director.
Fans have noticed her name pop up as director in a lot of the show's best-loved episodes.
Ferry currently portrays the role of the Vero, but her directing has also being praised for being nothing short of brilliant.
Viewers believe she definitely has the magic touch when it comes to putting together the perfect scenes.
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Yesterday, Ferry took to social media to thank Mzansi for showing her so much love.
She said, "I am deeply touched and moved by the amount of love everyone has shown me. My timeline literally brought me to tears. (I am) eternally grateful. Thank you."
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The River walked away with a whopping 10 South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) at this year's awards.
Briefly.co.za reported that the production received the most awards, including Sindi Dlathu getting Best Actress - Telenovela and Mary-Anne Barlow winning Best Supporting Actress - Telenovela.
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