Connie Ferguson took time off from the telenovela while her late husband and actor Shona Ferguson battled COVID-19 for almost a month in hospital.
In the latest news in South Africa on Thursday 12 August 2021, President Cyril Ramaphosa tells the State Capture Inquiry that he threatened to resign.
‘The Queen’ actress Connie Ferguson shared an emotional video on Instagram about a special routine she and her late husband, Shona, shared.
Rasta The Artist seemingly doesn’t get enough criticism. The artist was once again dragged, this time for his tribute to Shona Ferguson…
Following the uproar caused by her recent altercation with an elderly lady about a disabled parking space, Ntando Duma was criticised by a tweep for the length of her skirt at Shona Ferguson’s funeral this week.
South African actress Gail Mabalane has been referred to as ‘grace personified’ after delivering a touching speech at Shona Ferguson’s memorial service.
The reason for Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo’s hospitalisation is still unknown, but the actress has taken to Instagram to say that she is ‘fighting for dear life on this hospital bed’.
Social media star Lasizwe Dambuza may have minced his words on Twitter and the Twitter Police are not happy!
In the latest news in South Africa on Thursday 5 August 2021, millions of fans bid farewell to one of their favourite TV stars.
Several actors from ‘The Queen’ attended Shona Ferguson’s funeral on Wednesday 4 August while four former actors from the soapie did not utter a word about his passing or funeral on social media.
Minister Nathi Mthethwa aka ‘Minister of Condolences’ got severely dragged on Twitter for attending Shona Ferguson’s funeral.
More than 50 000 people watched the funeral service of actor and producer Shona Ferguson on YouTube, social media and SABC.
Connie Ferguson said her final farewell to her late husband, legendary actor Shona Ferguson, in a moving speech at his funeral service on Wednesday. Watch the clip here.
DA politician Mbali Ntuli’s tweet following actor Shona Ferguson’s death last Friday, has sparked a conversation about post-COVID heart problems.
Actor and producer Shona Ferguson will be laid to rest on Wednesday 4 August in a private ceremony attended only by family members.