Connie Ferguson is an outstanding South African actor, model and businesswoman. It is practically impossible to speak of South African television and film productions without acknowledging Connie Ferguson. She is mainly known for portraying the character of Karabo Moroka in South Africa’s biggest soapie ‘Generations, for almost two decades.
Connie Ferguson is a divorcee. She married the late actor and Ferguson Films co-founder Aaron Shona Ferguson. Over the years, they have emerged to be one of Mzansi’s most influential power couples. Connie and Shona met in late 2000, and Shona reportedly confessed that it was love at first sight. They got married two months later at a private traditional wedding ceremony. Although Connie had been previously married from 1995 to 1998, she has been stuck with Shona for 19 years now.
Shona Ferguson died of COVID-19 complications on July 30, 2021, at the age of 47. His death had a devastating impact on his family. Alicia Angel Ferguson, her daughter from her marriage, was born in June 2002.
Connie Ferguson had a husband named Neo Matsunyane before marrying the late Shona Ferguson.
They were an adorable couple, during their time together before shona’s demise in July, 2021. Connie and Shona started Ferguson Films in 2010, and gradually it has become an Entertainment hub producing shows such as The River, The Queen, Rockville and King of Jo’burg. The company also offers several entertainment services. Due to their hard work, they have earned an expensive lifestyle of luxury houses and cars.
Connie Ferguson played the role of Karabo Moroka on the long-running SABC1 soapie Generations, from the first episode on 4 February, 1994 to October, 2010. She also starred as Marang Lebone, a helicopter-mom and the matriarch of the Lebone family, in the M-Net soap opera The Wild, from 2011-2013.
Connie has played lead roles in What If, Crime Reporter, Maitemogelo and Soul City 1, 2, 3 and 4. She had a lead role in the production Cape of Good Hope and made a guest appearance on Okavango.
She has also made cameo appearances on Danger Zone, Matswakabele 2 and 3, Lesilo Rula 2, On The Right Track and Surbuban Bliss.
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Her television appearances include presenting on Eduspectrum, Molomo Radiopotso, Is’godi, Topscore, Handy Hints, Studio Mix, Continuity – CCV and SABC 2 and Plascon Change Your World.
Her work in the stills advertising arena includes numerous fashion and beauty shoots for Wella Sheen, Eskamel, Black Chic, Vodacom Billboards and Connie M Eyewear.
Connie produce and starred in Mzansi Magic soapie drama The Queen, playing the role of Harriet Khoza, since 2016.The drama series is set in Pretoria against the backdrop of South Africa’s mining sector. Diamond discovery in the river running between the poor township of Refilwe and the affluent neighbourhood of Silver Lakes quickly turns from a blessing to a curse.