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SA TV power couple makes ‘indefinite’ return to ‘Generations: The Legacy’

Fasten your seatbelts, there's sure going to be an emotional roller-coaster in the coming weeks as South Africa's TV power couple, Connie Ferguson and Rapulana Seiphemo, makes an indefinite, surprise return as Karabo and Tau on 'Generations: The Legacy' in April.

South Africa’s much-loved screen couple Connie Ferguson and Rapulana Seiphemo will reprise their roles as Karabo and Tau in the SABC1 weekday soapie for few episodes as guest stars in April.

The news were confirmed by the show’s publicist Christopher Morris on Monday. “‘Generations: The Legacy‘ is proud to welcome two beloved guest performers in the month of April,” the statement read. “Viewers will no doubt be delighted by the appearance of Karabo Moroka (played by Connie Ferguson) and Tau Mogale (Rapulana Seiphemo) who will grace our screens once more in their historic roles.”

However, not much information has been divulged about their storylines, except to say ‘viewers can expect all the class, charm and poise that these two have brought to the roles of Tau and Karabo’.

As part of the larger ‘Generations: The Legacy‘ family, the producers assured viewers that this is by no means that last or the least that we’ll see of the two.

Ferguson’s filmed her last scene for Generations in June 2016, just days after Seiphemo returned to the show.

The pair were part of the initial 1983 installment of ‘Generations‘, along with veteran actor Vusi Kunene, a recipient of the 2021 Royalty Soapies Best Male Vilain Achievement Award.

Their anticipated return to the small screen comes just months after their recent reunion as lovers (Harriet Khoza and Hector Sebata) in the Mzansi Magic telenovela, The Queen. The soapie enjoyed record ratings year after year before being canned in its seventh season in January.

It’s available to binge on Showmax along with other SA’s top favourites, ‘Gomora‘, ‘The River’, ‘Binnelanders’ and ‘Suidooster’.

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