South African Celebrities With Dual Citizenship

It’s one of the most inexplicably satisfying feelings being able to say, “I know this famous person” or, “that celebrity grew up in my home town.

South African Celebrities With Dual Citizenship-TSZ Mzansi
South African Celebrities With Dual Citizenship

Some South African celebrities are nationals of other countries either by birth or by neutralization and one of the reasons why famous people are more likely to have second citizenship is that in many cases money can open doors.

It’s one of the most inexplicably satisfying feelings being able to say, “I know this famous person” or, “that celebrity grew up in my home town.

Connie Ferguson

Connie is known as a South African actress and filmmaker. She was born Botswana where her father is from before she moved to her mother’s homeland ( South Africa) where she’s spent most part of her life in.
Connie Ferguson is originally from Botswana with roots in South Africa also.

Gigi Lamayne

Gigi’s real name is Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney and holds dual citizenship.The celebrity who grew up in South African can be traced down to Zimbabwe also.

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Sho Majozi

Maya Christinah Xichavo Wegerif, popularly known as Sho Majoziwas, born to a Swedish father and a South African mother.  Sho Majozi spent most part of her life in South Africa and was single-handedly raised by her father following a divorce between parents.

Raphael Griffiths

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Raphael multiple citizenship is a result of father being Zimbabwean and mother, from South Africa.

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