Who Is Pretty From Skeem Saam’s Husband?

It is reported that the actress got married in 2021

By  | Jun 09, 2022, 08:29 PM  | Lerato Marabe  | Relationships

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 | In 2021 it was reported that Skeem Saam actress Lerato Marabe who plays Pretty Seakamela on the soapie – younger sister to Clement Maosa’s Zamokuhle Seakamela and Innocent Sadiki’s Sthoko and daughter to Mantuli got married to her boyfriend of many years.

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It was reported by several publications across Mzansi that Lerato got married traditionally. The actress shared images of herself through her Instagram stories where she was dressed in a stunning traditional bridal dress, giving her. Fans the impression that was officially off the market and taken.
The actress shared an image of herself and her brother. It appeared he was there to support her as well as the rest of her family. No one from the Skeem Saam cast was spotted there.

We believe it could be due to strict lockdown rules around social gatherings at the time. Not much is known about her husband as she hasn’t shared any images on social media. However, there are images that have been making the rounds on social media believed to be the love of her life.

Lerato Marabe was born in the East of Johannesburg where she also grew up. She attended Parkdene Primary School and completed her high school at Boksburg High while still playing a big part on Skeem Saam.

Lerato Marabe’s career on television began when she was only five years old. She’s appeared on Takalani Sesame and Intersexions before joining Skeem Saam on its first season. Besides acting, like many celebrities, the actress uses her celebrity to make an extra buck. She is a house music DJ and can be seen playing at many events like her Skeem Saam co-star Clement Maosa and Patrick Seleka.

Dr Hlongwane From Skeem Saam Comes Under Fire Two weeks ago, Thobela FM issued a statement announcing their decision to unschedule Sebasa Mogale from programming. Sebasa is also known as Dr Hlongwane on SABC 1's Skeem Saam, from his afternoon drive slot.

The station said that they are affording him the time to go and resolve the issues raised in a recent broadcast pertaining to his personal business dealings involving cryptocurrency.

The actor has issued a statement slamming the allegations levelled against him. Concerning his involvement in crypto-currency, he says that he recently became a network marketer after he was introduced by friends.  Sebasa says he has never coerced anyone to sign up for his presentations, and in fact, encouraged everyone to do their own research.

"I took it upon myself to do my own due diligence before taking a decision to become a network marketer. In all my presentations Imposed or coerced anyone to sign up. In fact, I would encourage everyone to do their own research, especially because I know that not everyone is familiar with the cryptocurrency industry.  "I do not own a cryptocurrency mining or trading company, and under no circumstance have I ever claimed to a cryptocurrency expert, nor promised anyone guaranteed returns on their engagement in the business," he said.

Main Image Credit: Lerato Marabe Instagram Account

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