Letoya Makhene, Generations Actress has been Hospitalised



Letoya Makhene, the actress on Generations The Legacy has opened up about her being hospitalised. The actress as she was preparing for her traditional wedding to her woman Lebo Keswashe then started to feel unwell.


Letoya didnt come open about why she has been hospitalised. She said that all was well and she didnt feel any pain or any form of illness in her body but realised that her body was becoming too heavy for her, but now she says she is doing quiet well.


She posted pictures of herself and family members in the hospital but now she has been discharged.


“Our bodies talk to us. We either choose to listen or not. I chose not to. I pushed myself to the max until my body couldn’t carry me anymore. I’m alive. I’m well. I’m out of hospital 😇”


Recently, Lebo Kewsa her woman paid lobola after the two had an engagement ceremony six months after Letoya Makhene explained about her break up with her baby daddy of her young kid and became open about her being a lesbian.


Lebo was very happy about paying lobola for the love of her life and to learn the sangoma’s tradition in doing the lobola.


Talking to the Sunday World, the couple said, When you lobola a woman you’re appreciating her parents and family and expressing your gratitude for your future wife. Ukulobola idlozi is paying respect to the ancestors for the gift of the person that is in your life.

In ancient times, sangomas lived and died without a partner in their lives. Over time, they evolved and fell in love, and this process helps smooth out what could be a very didficult relationship.


The ancestors then understand and give space to the person that is in your life and it allows a sangoma to have a healthy and peaceful relationship.

The Tshidi actress also showed her gratitude for the opportunity to marry a person of her own choice legally.


“We’ve come very far and I am grateful that I live in a time where I can celebrate my love for my partner in this way. As I settle down with my lifetime partner, I will always remember those who fought so hard for me to be able to be where I am today.

“…As long as you live a God-centred life and always treat others how you would want to be treated, the universe will always bless you because that’s what you put out,” said Makhene.

Letoya currently has the role of a determined businesswoman, Tshidi Phakade on SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy.

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