There is a time for everything. A time to smile, a time to shine, a time to mourn, a time to cry and a time to persevere challenges and hardships. People come across different challenges in life but nothing last forever. Below are celebrities who found themselves lying on a hospital bed in the ICU, but managed to get back on their feet.
1. Makgofe Moagi
Makgofe Moagi is an actress known for Skeem Saam where she currently plays the role of Charity Ramabu, the mother of Katlego Peterson and his brother Joseph. She recently celebrated her birthday on Sunday 7 March 2021. Like any other person Makgofe has gone through some challenges in her life
Before conceiving the twins, she had fertility issues, she strained her body so much that she ended up in ICU for over a week. She had a lump in her breast that did not stop growing but luckily enough it was a tumor, and it was not cancerous so she went for surgery and is okay right now.
2. Rapulana Seiphemo
Rapulana Seiphemo is an actor known for Generations (since 1994) and its continuation Generations The Legacy. However he had taken roles in other television dramas including Muvhango.
In 2016 Rapulana was involved in a fatal accident that happened near the N14 Closeto Diepsloot. Two people died in the scene and he was also rumoured dead, but he was in ICU at the Milpark hospital in Parktown. Rapulana is well and you can't tell he was once in the ICU.
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