- South Africa had a wealth of young talent that graced Mzansi's sliver screens on shows like Soul Buddyz
- A great number of young entertainers are still on TV, including actress Matshepo Sekgopi who plays Dimpho on 1Magic's The River
- Fans speculated what could've become of some of South Africa's lovable child actors
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South Africa has seen a ton of child actors grace our television screens, but not much is known about where those actors ended up in adulthood.
Mzansi child actors who once blessed our screens
Mzansi has been blessed with an array of child actors and young entertainers who, on occasion, have led TV shows such as Soul Buddyz and acclaimed YoTV. But where do those once-revered stars go?
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Actress Matshepo Sekgopi plays Dimpho on 1Magic's The River
Most notable in the Twitter post is actress Matshepho Sekgopi who is still a regular on South African TV screens. Today, she is well known for her character Dimpho Mokoena in the award-winning telenovela The River. But before that, she played a Zingi on once popular Soul Buddyz.
Fans speculate what could've become of the actors
The post drew TV watchers far and wide as Mzansi tweeps gathered to find out where they had gone and what the stars were up to.
"Last one is a assistant director of photography in Muvhango."
They are probably home, chilling, watching TV. Why ubuza?"
"F2 is a great actor."
'Umkhokha: The Curse' star Deli Malinga kills Amapiano Dance routine with sleek style and moves, peeps impressed
"F2 Mosebjadi from SkeemSaam."
@TvblogbyMLU commented saying:
"1st frame, you can catch her on #TheRiver1Magic."
Connie Ferguson shows off incredible physique in gym video, Twitter stans: "Ja, I'm a believer of this mama!"
In a related article, Briefly News reported on Connie Ferguson creating a massive buzz on Twitter with a gym video.
The veteran actress has become a household name in the TV sphere as Karabo Moroka and Harriet Khoza from Mzansi soapies, Generations and The Queen, respectively. But it is her latest health-centric endeavour that has the countries' attention this time round.
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