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Meet South African Celebrities Who Have Vanished From The Limelight

Being entirely forgotten after a few months of recording a few top-of-the-chart hits is the absolute worst feeling in the world.

Some local entertainment personalities have sought to make a comeback but have failed, while others have succumbed to the pressure and competition of the business.

However, despite the fact that South Africa's entertainment business is small, there are many new names making their way into the industry today.

This means that it is unable to accommodate all types of entertainers on a given night.

Some celebrities are turning away from the limelight to devote their time to non-showbiz activities such as charities and other interests, while others are stepping into the spotlight.

The name Zinhle Mabena comes from the Zulu language, which means "beautiful flower.

"Her roles as Tshireletso on eKasi: Our Stories and as Sphesihle on Intersexions have made her a household name.

Her and her husband, Robert Ngwenya, were recently blessed with the birth of their first child together.

It was Mabena who opted to take time off to devote her attention to raising her child and caring for the rest of the family.

Florence Mokgatsi is a writer and artist who lives in the United States.

Isibaya's character, Florence Mokgatsi, was written off the program in 2019 after marrying in 2017 and welcoming a fresh bundle of work into the family.

In addition to these roles, she is well-known for her portrayal of Tshidi in the SABC1 children's drama series Soul Buddyz.

Aside from that, she had a tiny role in the SABC1 sitcom Nomzamo.

A year later, she and James Segal, who had been dating for several years, tied the knot.

The birth of their gorgeous child resulted in her being obliged to take a break from her successful showbiz career.

Kagiso Rakosa is a former South African footballer who played for the national team.

Sharon, a character played by Kagiso Rakosa in the South African television soap opera Generations, is one of the actress' most well-known roles.

The sister of Bonnie Mbuli's character, Detective Lungi Mlaba, appeared in the eKasi+ detective drama Traffic, in which she appeared (also played by Andiswa Mlaba).

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