Here are all the facts that you've never known about Manaka Ranaka
Here are all the facts that you've never known about Manaka Ranaka

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Apparently, South Africa has an infinite supply of actors. Do you know a lady named Manaka Ranaka, for instance? Well, this is a famous actress, and if you’ve enjoyed and followed the iconic SABC drama series, you need to know her.

 

Born in Soweto SA on April 6, 1979, this lady is a popular actress from South Africa who started performing in productions such as drumstruck. Her role as Lucy Diale in Soap Generations propelled her into the limelight. Her parents, Kgotlaesele Ranaka, and her mother, Nonceba Ranaka, and sisters, Mpumi Ranaka and Dineo Ranaka, raised her. Dineo is the popular TV and radio presenter who hosted Y-show FM’s ‘Dineo Live on Drive.’

Quick facts

  • Manaka Ranaka age is 40years old;
  • Her height is 5 feet 4 inches;
  • The weight is 58kg;
  • She is a mother of two.

 

 

Here are all the facts that you've never known about Manaka Ranaka
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Manaka Ranaka Biography – Manaka Ranaka Wiki

Manaka Ranaka is an actress, television personality and singer from South Africa. In the soap Generations: the Legacy, she is most famous for her role as Lucy Diale, the mother of Namhla Diale (Thulisile Phongolo). She is the sister of Dineo Ranaka, the actress and television host of South African Radio Deejay.

Nandipha Sithole, a popular soap opera that aired on SABC 3, joined the cast of Isidingo in 2000. She got pregnant after a while, and she was fired when she told the producers of the show. Drumstruck, On My Birthday and Torong, among others, are among the theatre productions in which she appeared. In 2002, she was cast as Portia in the original drama Gaz’lam, which aired on SABC 1. There were four seasons of the show on air. The following year, 2003, she was cast as Lerata Khumalo on the original sitcom, Stokvel, which aired on SABC 2. In all eight seasons, she appeared in this one.

In 2005, she appeared on the “Media in South Africa/Vaginas/A Moment with.” episode. The seventh season of Suze Randall’s documentary series, SexTV.
In the first season of One Way in 2006, she appeared as Nozuko, which aired on SABC 3. In Vinolia Ntuli, as Tshisa, which aired on SABC 1, she had a supporting role as well.

Later in 2007, she appeared as Neli in the fourth Home Affairs season. She also starred in Society, the SABC 1 drama series, where she played Ayanda’s character. In 2012, on the e.tv soap opera, Rhythm City, she played a recurring role, playing the character of Zanele Kgaditse, the wife of the villainous Rocks Kgaditse. To date, she has been involved since 1999.

 

 

Manaka Ranaka Age

She was born in Soweto-Johannesburg, South Africa, on April 6, 1979.

Manaka Ranaka Children

She has two daughters, the elder one, Kagiso, and Lesedi, the youngest.

Manaka Ranaka Parents

She is the daughter of Nonceba Ranaka, her mother.

Manaka Ranaka Family

She has a younger sister, Dineo Ranaka, who is a South African radio presenter, and her other sister, Mpumi Ranaka, and her brother, Ranaka Ranaka.

Manaka Ranaka Husband/ Baby Daddy

She is not married, but before they broke up and parted ways, she dated Thabo Monareng once.

Manaka Ranaka Awards

She received the South African Film and Television Award (SAFTA) for Best Actress in a Comedy on Television in 2007.

Manaka Ranaka Net Worth

In 2018, Manaka Ranaka had an approximate net value of $ 1 million. Her present net worth will soon be revised.

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