We all know that television dramas are not reality, but they tell a story about real life challenges and the way of living. There are actors and actresses who nail their roles in such a way that for that very second you would forget that they were just acting.
Some can act as a person who's suffering and you feel for them forgetting that it's a play. Even when it comes to love and relationships there are television couples that rocked it real, making us to wish about having a soulmate, below are some of them
Connie Ferguson played the role of Karabo Moroka on Generations and its continuation Generations The Legacy. She was married to Tau Mogale, the character that was played by Rapulana Seiphemo. The couple looked good together as if it was a real thing. Connie Ferguson has been romantically linked with so many people on set, but that Karabo and Tau bond is the best on screen couple she ever portrayed.
2. Musa and Khensani on Giyani Land of Blood
Musawahosi Baloyi was played by Wiseman Zitha on Giyani Land of Blood. He was dating Khensani Mudau but their families did not approve of their relationship because of a long ago secret that made them enemies, however the two were soul mates. They would separate just as their parents would like it but whenever they met, feelings would draw them together. Through that storyline, so many South Africans wished to find their soulmates.
3. Sibusiso Dlomo and Ntombi on Generations
Menzi Ngubane is one of the celebrities who have passed away in 2021, others being Lindiwe Ndlovu, Shona Ferguson, Luvuyo Nteleko and more. On Generations he played the role of Sibusiso Dlomo who was Ntombi's husband. The two looked good together t a point where people even thought they dated for real but Sonia (Ntombi) slammed the rumours saying she never dated Menzi in real life.
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