Manaka Ranaka opens up about her family’s loss

Manaka Ranaka opens up about her family’s loss

This morning, we awakened to the news about the untimely passing of a cousin of the Ranaka family, Kagiso Ranaka. An inconsolable Manaka revealed the sad news through social media. “Oh, cuz but why??? I still can’t believe you’re gone! Robala ka kgotso ngwana ko gae.” She posted.

Kagiso was only 34-years-old. He was born on the 5th of September 1984 and gave up the ghost on the 9th of May 2021. May his soul rest in peace. The Generations The Legacy actress didn’t disclose the explanation for Kagiso’s passing.
A few Zalebs took to Manaka’s comment section to share some words of comfort.

“Sending you all the heat and luxury .”
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Connie Chiume
“Deepest condolences my dear”

Sihle Ndaba

“So pitying your loss sis. My deepest condolences to you and your family.”

Season 4 of the Ranaka which debuted in January this year was well received by the masses. consistent with a report by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, the truth show was the most-watched on DSTV.

“TV: The Ranakas reign
The show, is that the no 1 reality show on DStv.
With 613k viewers pulled for the show’s top episode in April, this made The Ranakas the 10th most watched program on DStv and therefore the leading reality show across the platform.”

In December 2020, Manaka Ranaka announced through social media that she had born to a healthy baby boy.

“Kaaaaaa world
Sooooooooooo good to finally be here.. Now, where should I put my bags?
#BabyDragon #Seni #BigBoy

The actress kept her pregnancy faraway from the general public through most of 2020. She first confirmed the news to Daily Sun and slammed those that were hoping that she’d have a baby boy.

“It’s an equivalent feeling I felt once I had my two daughters, so this experience is nothing new. People are saying they hope I’m carrying a boy, but we’ll see. I anticipate to parturition to a toddler . I don’t care if it’s a boy or a woman , as long as it’s not an animal,” said Manaka.

“Boys and girls are equally important and have different functions in society. “I don’t believe that boys are necessarily better. consistent with society and cultural norms, they’re carriers of legacies. Girls also bring kids into this world.”