- Jo-Anne Reyneke has joined another Mzansi favourite soapie, Generations: The Legacy
- Jo-Anne has taken the role of Refilwe Zungu, Walter Nkaba's stepdaughter, who is said to be bringing some new heat to the show
- Jo-Anne is set to make her on-screen debut in August and fans cannot wait
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Former Isidingo actress Jo-Anne Reyneke has joined another Mzansi favourite. She is officially a part of the Generations: The Legacy fam and fans are buzzing.
SA small-screen stars seem to be jumping around more than ever before. One minute your favourite actor is on your favourite show and the next they on one you don’t even watch.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Jo-Anne recently made the transition to Generations: The Legacy and is set to make her on-screen debut in August. Jo-Anne has taken the role of Refilwe Zungu, Walter Nkaba's stepdaughter, and fans cannot wait to see the drama that is about to be unleashed.
After having seen what Jo-Anne did on Isidingo, Mzansi soapie fans are waiting in anticipation to see what her new role will bring. Refilwe is said to be both charming and feisty.
Refilwe is the daughter of a struggle 'stalwart' who died years ago. She was left a small fortune but was cursed with a stepfather who taught her his awful ways.
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Jo-Anne took to social media to let her new Generations: The Legacy fam know just how blessed she feels to be starting this new journey.
“As I begin a new journey I feel blessed. #Dont #Stop #Believing”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that actress Jo-Anne Reyneke recently spoke out about being criticised by outsiders who expected her to pay black tax. Jo-Anne told Dr Sindi on Kaya FM that her mother told the nosy critics that she would never ask me for a cent.
"My child did not go to Joburg to take care of this family. We’ve never asked Jo-Anne for a cent, we’ll never ask her for a cent. She will give what she wants to give. I’m a mother, I’m a working woman," Jo-Anne's mother explained.
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