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Man who impregnated Generations: The Legacy actress Manaka Ranaka (Lucy Diale) revealed

Manaka Ranaka popularly known as Lucy Diale on the most famous South African TV Soapie named Generations: The Legacy has publicly announced that she’s expecting a baby in a few weeks from now.

Manaka Ranaka, popularly known for her role as Lucy Diale recently revealed that she is pregnant and the internet has been busy trying to figure out who the father of their pending bundle of joy is.

The 41-year-old actress and TV personality has made a name for herself in the acting industry, she started way back in the 2000s era and appeared on local dramas such as Gaz Lam as well as Tshisa, and on Isidingo which is one of the biggest soapies in South Africa. With her potential of acting, she has still been able to give the perfect show required by the producers and directors till today, not minding the fact that she’s on her early 40s with two beautiful daughters already.

Manaka Ranaka

Manaka Ranaka has been open with her love life and hasn’t been afraid to be frank to other people on how she is enjoying being a single mother, luckily she hasn’t experienced any abuse through those relationships she had with the fathers of her daughters like most single parents of modern days are.

Ever since she announced being pregnant, the social media and her followers have been asking themselves who might be the father of the third born, well if it was a test most would have failed.

Manaka Ranaka

Manaka has been private with whom she is currently dating and one would even think she’s single but not at all. She has been posting her man on Instagram with sweet captions, though she hasn’t yet admitted that it’s her man, everyone just assumes it’s the actual man that might’ve got her pregnant.

In other news – Former Muvhango actor Raphael Griffiths opens up about his origin

Raphael Griffiths who is popularly known as Vusi, a role he played for five years on Muvhango has revealed that he was afraid to speak about his heritage because he was petrified of xenophobic South Africans.

Raphael Griffiths

” Yes, I am half Zambian. My dad is Zambian. He is from Kitwe. Some of my family is still there in Zambia. Some have married guys from Botswana, some are married to Namibians, and some are married to Zimbabweans, others to Malawians. Learn More