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Celebs who drink from the fountain of youth

2017-10-10 09:45
Singer and actress Thembi Seete during an interview with City Press on her new role in e.tv's soapie Rhythm City. Picture: Lerato Sejake

The South African entertainment industry has seen many come and go but these celebrities remain relevant, ageing gracefully and still making their presence felt in the industry.

Leleti Khumalo (47)

She is better known as Sarafina, who was the lead actress in the internationally acclaimed musicial Sarafina. She started in the industry as a teenager and today she still wows on screens as an actress on SABC 1’s drama series Uzalo. 

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Connie Ferguson (47) and Sello Maake Ncube (57)

The two were the biggest stars on South African soapie Generations in the 90s. They were siblings in the soapie and even today they remain on screen siblings in The Queen on Mzansi Magic. They have grown in leaps and bounds and people never seem to get tired of them.

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#throwbackthursday #theoriginals #sellomaakekancube #GenerationsSiblings

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#TheQueenSiblings #Harriet #Kgosietsile #theuntouchables #TheQueenMzansi

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Arthur Mafokate (55)

Originally dubbed the King of Kwaito, Arthur is looking ever so young after decades of making hits and grooming Mzansi talent. 

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Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing

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