Generations: The Legacy Actress Zwovulea Nenungwi Happy That The Soapie Attracts Many Viewers. A lot of people have a love-hate relationship with Generations: The Legacy. They claim they no longer watch the SABC1 soapie, but funny enough just like most shows, Generations: The Legacy always trends on social media.
Their latest episode is currently trending on Twitter making cast member Zwovulea Nenungwi happy. The talented actress joined Generations: The Legacy cast in 2019. Nenungwi plays the role of Nurse Betty, an unethical medical professional who thrives on gangsters payroll. Before the role, she was featured on etv’s Ekasi as Botshelo and Muvhango as Pfarelo.
Basking in the glory that Generations: The Legacy is trending, Nenungwi poked fun at those who claim that they don’t watch the show. “Numbers don’t lie,” she said.
In real life Nenungwi is a mother of one and married to her husband who she has been with for 17 years. She revealed that her husband waited for five years to with her after confessing his love for her while she was only aged 12. She is also a staunch member of Enlightened Christian Gatherings church founded by fugitive Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and wife who she considers as Spiritual Parents.