Shona Ferguson Biography
Shona Ferguson whose real name is Aaron Ferguson is a South African actor best known for his role as Dr. Leabua on the Venda soapie Muvhango.
He joined the cast of Venda soapie Muvhango in April 2006 and resigned from the show on 5 March 2007. He later starred as Itumeleng Tladi, the charismatic and powerful protector of his community and heir-apparent to the chieftaincy, in the M-Net soap opera The Wild, from 2011-2013.
Shona Ferguson Wife
In a February issue of Destiny Magazine, Shona remembers the smallest details about meeting Connie Ferguson at her Johannesburg home. He was dropping off mutual friends of her sister Lorato while on a visit to the city from his home in Botswana for a business course.
He asked for a glass of water and was about to leave when Connie came out of her room to say “hello”. “Hands down, it was love at first sight. She’d never admit, but. That’s how it was for me.” The couple were married traditionally two months later.
Shona Ferguson Age – Shona Ferguson Date of Birth
Shona Ferguson’s date of birth has not be made public. However, his wife Connie Ferguson who was born in Kimberley on 10 June, 1970, is a couple of years older than him.
Shona Ferguson Children
The information about his children is being updated.
Shona Ferguson Television Roles
- Generations Season 1 as Ace
- Isidingo Season 1 as Tyson
- Muvhango Season 1 as Dr Leabua
- Rockville Season 1, 2,3 & 4 as JB Bogatsu
- Scandal! Season 1 as Alex
- The Queen Season 1 as Jerry Maake
- The Wild Season 1&2 as Itumeleng Tladi
Shona Ferguson Movie
- 2010: Mrs Mandela
- 2013: Rockville
- 2016: The Queen
Connie and Shona Ferguson reveal their secrets to their lasting marriage
Source: True Love
Couples in long-term relationships such as Connie and Shona ferguson, attribute qualities such as kindness and attentiveness as the reason for the their successful marriages. Relationships require hard work and commitment, but it isn’t impossible. You too can be part of a long lasting union by using the following tips.
1. Speak up!
Communication seems like a cliche, but we have been conditioned to resolve problems by talking through them that we forget keep communicating even if things are going well. Instead of just talking about how your day went over dinner, broach new topics.
2. Be hands on
Make a point of being touchy feely, hug your partner when you leave for work or touch his arm while you’re talking. Scientists have found that just a 20 second can stimulate the release of oxytocin-so cuddle up.
3. Laugh together
Not only can laughter defuse tension, but it can also bring people closer together. Bring laughter into your relationship by reminiscing about funny moments or watching a movie you both find entertaining.
4. Have couple time
Don’t neglect quality time together-just the two of you. Prioritising your partner over your children is good for your marriage and your kids. A happy marriage/relationship makes happy children.
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5. Have Sex
Waiting for the mood to strike? Don’t. Have sex regularly even if you don’t feel like it. Work pressures and the challenges of of family life conspire against regular sex but you shouldn’t let that stand in your way.