South African actress and producer Connie Ferguson has been unveiled as the cover star of the fifth-anniversary issue of Forbes Woman Africa magazine. The actress and producer give a new look into her life as a businesswoman
Connie Ferguson (née Masilo) is a Motswana actress born in Lobatse, Botswana. In 1994 she aired on South Africa’s most popular Soap Opera, Generations. In October 2014 she agreed to reprise her role as Karabo after a three-year absence from Generations. She is married to actor Shona Ferguson and they have built an empire of themselves in terms of the film industry in Mzansi.
She is one of the longest serving actresses in the country, but she is never aging even a bit. She still looks like the Karabo we first saw on the then popular tv drama Generations.
Up until now she is still looking as beautiful as she was years back.Now trending as Harriet on her hit series The Queen, she continues to defy ageing, here are some of the pictures to prove that.
Connie Ferguson is the co-owner of a television production Ferguson Films with her husband, Shona Ferguson, a company that produced hit drama series such as The Queen, Igazi, Rockville, etc.
With over five successful shows for the channel and a number of accolades in the bag, Ferguson is a fitting figure for such a monumental cover.