Karabo Maseko, who is a well-known South African actor and TV presenter, has joined the cast of Generations: The Legacy, making his debut as the character, Luvuyo.
Karabo Maseko made his debut on the long-running SABC 1 series, Generations: The Legacy on Friday, 15 May 2020. The actor made the announcement in a Twitter post which stated, “Today marks a very special day and a personal milestone in my career. Today, 15 May 2020, I debut on Generations: The Legacy.” Maseko takes on the role of Luvuyo, a care-free medical doctor who also happens to be a Rastafarian. His endearing personality also catches the eye of Lesedi, allowing for a budding relationship to arise. The relationship, which begins at a club, is Lesedi’s first romance after the father of her son, Jerah.
Maseko is widely known for his starring role in as Neo in e.tv’s telenovela, Isipho. He has also had prominent roles as the presenter of Craz-e and co-host of shows such as Sistahood, Shiz Niz, Frenzy and Craz-e World Live.
See the announcement post below.
Today marks a very special day and a personal milestone in my career. Today, 15 May 2020, I debut on #GenerationsTheLegacy.
Mara Bra God ungenzan' yeh 😭🙏🏾❤️.
— Island Boy 🏝 (@KaraboMaseko_) May 15, 2020