It is fascinating to witness how fast rumours spread, especially about popular personalities and celebrities from anywhere in the world.
Many reports have been online regarding the rumoured death of the popular South African actress Manaka Ranaka. She was born in 1979 in Soweto, Johannesburg in South Africa. She has been prevalent in the acting industry since 1999 and has established a prominent and successful career over the course of 2 decades. Among the popular work, she played a famous role in the soap opera Generations: The Legacy. In 2000, she also played the role of Nandipha Sithole on Isidingo that aired on SABC 3. She won the South African Film and Television Award (SAFTA) for Best Actress in a Television Comedy.
Manaka Ranaka Rumoured Death
There have been plenty of reports circulating on the internet regarding the demise of the actress. That has sent the industry people and her fans into a state of shock and frenzy. Such reports regarding prominent celebrities go viral on social media in no time. However, most often, these reports are just a cheap publicity stunt to grab traction around the name of the celebrity. Therefore, the PR team of some celebs initiate such rumours intentionally.
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It was reported that Manaka met with a car accident and lost her life. However, there were also some reports online which suggested that she was dead after an illness. However, these rumours are most likely false as the actress has been seen posting on her Instagram handle. She is doing fine but has not addressed these reports. Hence, it would be safe to conclude that she is healthy and is certainly, very much, alive.
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We know how important online identity is in modern times. If you stay away from the internet, you become obsolete pretty quickly. This is particularly concerning for people in the show business. They remain relevant as long as they are in the public eye. Once they are not present, people forget them quite easily. Therefore, we could only suggest our readers not to trust any such misinformation and ensure that you confirm such news from verified and reliable sources.
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