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Interesting facts you didn’t know about Generations: The Legacy actress Noxolo Monama (Sphe)

Noxolo Monama (@MonamaNoxolo) | TwitterThe Pearl of Mzansi Noxolo Monama is a South African actress who appears in the SABC 1 soapie Generations: The Legacy as Doctor Sphe Cele – Moroka.

Noxolo Monama, a 28-year-old actress, plays the part of Sphe Moroka, a princess from the Cele clan who is married to the powerful Moroka house heir Mazwi Moroka, played by Musa Ngema.

Sphe Moroka Real Life vs Generations The Legacy Life

Sphe Moroka is an actor, fitness enthusiast, and movie director in real life, rather than the medical doctor she portrays on Generations. She graduated from the University of Pretoria with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Drama Studies.

On Generations, Noxolo Monama plays Sphesihle Cele – Moroka, the Cele clan's princess and daughter of Jack Mabaso, who is wedded to Mazwi Moroka in an arranged marriage to unite the two most powerful houses. Sphe goes through a lot in her arranged marriage, including dealing with a sterile husband and being forced to bear children with her brother-in-law Smanga Moroka, which results in the birth of her daughter Rorisang Moroka.

Arranged marriages are chastised by Pearl Monama. When asked if she would ever contemplate being in an arranged marriage, Sphe said that they don't work and are exploitative.

"I believe that marriage is a once-in-a-lifetime commitment, and that marrying someone you hardly know would not result in a successful marriage." "It's an exploitative form of marriage directed at young women," Pearl Noxolo Monama said. "In South Africa, marital consent is a constitutional right for women," she added.

Pearl Monama is a gym freak – Fitness goals

Dr Sphe Moroka is a fitness bunny in real life, if she is not acting, she is probably hitting the gym.



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