Sello Maake Ka Ncube is better known for playing Archie Moroka on Generations in the 90s. He was raised by a step father, Maake, and when he got older he told his step father that he wanted to take his biological father's surname of Ncube and he said his step father didn't have a problem with that and gave him a blessing. The name of his lover is Solo Pearl Mbewe and she is a brand manager.
“Sello has found himself a young woman at his retirement age and he is so madly in love with her,” a relative said.
The relative of Sello spilled the beans and said the couple celebrated their Valentine’s Day in Cape Town, early this year. Few weeks ago, he went on to officially introduce his new lover to his relatives at his 61-years celebration at the Soweto restaurant, Sakhumzi restaurant.
Sometimes we are encouraged to keep them in the background, in this era you have to be naive to not appreciate their value! The women in our our lives are a force! @Solopearl
OH & I think she is so beautiful It's important to embrace your loved ones!
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