It seems that once you get into Mzansi entertainment, you are always successful. However, some celebrities end their careers at the same time they start them. Some of them choose a quiet family life rather than being in the spotlight all the time, while others have to leave the world of movies because of their situation.
While some celebrities never take a break from their busy careers, others do just the opposite. At times, even A-listers decide to take a break from the spotlight and appear to be returning to their normal lives. From chart-topping singers to movie actors, there are many stars who seem to have disappeared over the past few years.
The actress is best known for her roles as Tshireletso in eKasi: Our Story and Sphesihle in Intersexions. She was born in South Africa and currently lives in the UK. She gave a baby boy. Robert Ngwenya, after their marriage. In order to concentrate on raising her children and taking care of her family, Mabeina took time off.
2. Kagiso Rakosa
Recognized for her role as Sharon on the SABC1 soap opera Generations from 2005 to 2011, Kagiso Rakosa is a South African actress known for her work on the country's most popular TV show. In addition, she is also in the eKasi+ detective drama "Traffic! The plan was for her to make a comeback in 2015 after leaving Generations a few years ago. The wait for her continues.
3. Florence Mokgatsi
Florence Mokgatsi's role in Isibaya was written off. The actress got married in 2017 and had her joy, but by 2019, she had completely fallen off the face of the earth.
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