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Khanyi Mbau Posted A Beautiful Picture Of Herself Then People Noticed This

Constance "Connie" Ferguson (born June 10, 1970) is a Botswana actor, filmmaker, producer, and businesswoman located in South Africa. She is well recognized for her role in South Africa's most popular soap opera, Generations, as Karabo Moroka. She was a regular on the show from its inception in 1994 until her departure in 2010. She returned to the show in 2014 after a four-year hiatus for a limited time. In 2018, Ferguson was featured on the cover of Forbes Woman Africa magazine.

Connie Ferguson is a well-known South African media personality as well as a talented actress.

Many people recognize her as Karabo Moroka from the telenovela Generations the Legacy, while others recognize her by her other on-screen name, Harriet Khoza, and her character is well-liked.

Connie manages Ferguson Films, a production company she founded with her late husband, Shona Ferguson, who died of COVID-19 complications.

She has two stunning girls, whom she adores and proudly displays on their social media profiles at all times.

She enjoys posting images on her social media pages and comments on those of her followers as well as other celebrities.

A lot of people liked seeing Connie's comment. But even though many were mesmerized by Khanyi's picture,

Other people went to look at her hands in the picture and noticed that her hands seemed to look way older than she actually was.

Khanyi has recently been the talk of the moment after she left her boyfriend in Dubai and came back to South Africa while they were on vacation and did not let him know. Her boyfriend was hurt by the ordeal and went to vent on Instagram Live about how hurt he was. Nobody knows what really happened in Dubai, but it seems like Khanyi moved on and she was recently seen making fun of the situation by singing and dancing.

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