Connie Ferguson, a Motswana actor, filmmaker, producer, and businesswoman residing in South Africa, is celebrating another year today, June 10th!

Connie was born in the year 1970, which makes her 53 years old. She is well recognised for her role as “Karabo Moroka” on Generations, South Africa’s most popular soap drama. She was a regular on the show from its inception in 1994 until her departure in 2010.

She did, however, make a wider recognition for herself when she and her late husband, Shona, founded the television production business Ferguson Productions in 2010. Three years later, M-Net commissioned their first production, Rockville. iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Queen, and The Imposter are among the other projects.

The Queen was nominated for numerous awards at the 2018 South African Film and Television Awards. Ferguson released True Self, a fragrance, in 2008, and a lotion in 2014.


Her family and friends have turned out in force to celebrate the occasion, leaving the greatest birthday greetings.

Ali Ferguson, who celebrated her 21st birthday two days ago, wrote:

‘Dimamzo!!!!!!Happy Birthday mama♥️

Words can not explain how proud I am to call you my mom. Your strength and resilience never ceases to amaze me. Thank you for always being there for me. Thank you for being the kind, warm-hearted person that you are. Thank you for your typical mom jokes, and thank you for being the best mother on could ask for. I could go on and on and say thank you for many things, but I don’t want to make this message a 1000+ essay. I hope you have a wonderful and blessed day today, filled with nothing but love, joy, positivity and “does this song have a dance?”


By J Times

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