Connie Ferguson's Sister Shows Love To Her And Shona

They are a match made in heaven!

By  | Nov 17, 2020, 03:35 PM  | Shona Ferguson  | Relationships

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Connie Ferguson's younger sister Atoise Pilane, has heaped praise on her brother in law Shona Ferguson.

Read More: Connie's Younger Sister Gushes Over Her And Their Late Mom

It is no secret that Connie's husband is a sweet soul. Shona has won the hearts of many people with his endearing humility. Besides his kindness, he is also good looking and it is safe to say that the homie is aging like fine wine.

Taking to Instagram Atoise posted a picture of Shona and said he is flames, and we are swooning! Atoise tagged both Connie and Shona and said they are a match made in heaven.

Shona and Connie reacted to the Instagram story with love.

In a post on Instagram yesterday, Atoise showed her sister and her late mother Margaret Masilo some love. The producer spoke fondly of them and thanked them for playing a significant role in her life.

Atoise shared a side-by-side image of Connie and her late mother where they look alike from their skin tone to their grey hair and said she is the woman she is today because of the role they have played in her life. She further said she will forever be grateful for the two powerful women.

The Fergusons are undoubtedly one of Mzansi's most sought-after TV producers and we are proud of their accomplishments. In 2011 they launched their production company, Furgeson Films.  The company has produced multiple hit series for Mzansi Magic, which includes Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Queen, and The Imposter. The couple often acts in their own productions, for example, Connie played the role of Mavis Mabaso on Rockville and is the female lead in The Queen.

The power couple keeps on serving us with some real relationship goals. From flaunting their mansion to their car collection, the lovebirds have also had a fair share of controversy too in the industry.

The producers recently announced that their much anticipated action-packed series Kings of Joburg will premiere on Netflix this coming December.

The series will hit Netflix on December 4, 2020, and we are already here for it. In a trailer shared on Instagram by Shona, the series tells the dark tales of the city of gold. Crime, fighting, and arrests are the order of the day.

The series features a star-studded cast including some of Mzansi's favorite talent; from the likes of, Zolisa Xaluva, Sthembiso Khoza, Abdul Khoza, Tsholo Matshaba Cindy Mahlangu, and the creator himself Shona Ferguson.

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