Generations Tau Mogale Leaves Msanzi Out Of Words With His Pictures !
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Rapulana Seiphemo (brought into the world 4 November 1967) is a South African entertainer and producer. He is essentially referred to for his part as Tau Mogale in the long-running drama Generations and its continuation, Generations: The Legacy.
His profession started back in 1989. He has likewise had featuring parts in How to Steal 2 Million, Tsotsi and the games show Themba. He took an action from Generations: The Legacy to join Mzansi Magic's telenovela The Queen in mid 2020.Rapulana Seiphemo and His notable colleague Kenneth Nkosi began a creation organization got bhack to Stepping Stone Pictures in 2003 which they ran until 2015. Under Stepping Stone Pictures, they created and featured in a film named Paradise Stop. They delivered a 13 section show arrangement for SABC 1 called Task Force just as various substance for Mzanzi sorcery including Laugh Out Loud (LOL)
In February 2016 he was associated with an auto crash and was hospitalized
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