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» Mzansi celebrity stylist and makeup artist Alexis Tshangana is not a big fan of Gen­er­a­tions The Legacy. She says the pro­gramme is not as ex­cit­ing as it used to be. “No­body can re­late to its story line. It doesn’t rep­re­sent Mzansi’s story line and it’s un­re­al­is­tic,” she says. She be­lieves that the show’s pre­vi­ous story lines were much bet­ter. “It re­ally touched is­sues that we come across in our daily lives. The story line of Mam’Ruby was rel­e­vant be­cause it talked about the busi­ness chal­lenges of she­beens in our so­ci­ety,” she says.

» Diski Di­vas star Feli­cia Modise begs to dif­fer, pre­fer­ring the new Gen­er­a­tions The Legacy.

“I re­ally en­joy Gen­er­a­tions. Mfundi Vundla gave new blood a plat­form to show­case their act­ing tal­ent,” she said.

Modise feels it’s un­fair to com­pare the new Gen­er­a­tions with the “old one”. She be­lieves that change is good. “Many young peo­ple can re­late to Namhla’s [Diale] story. We can­not run away from the fact that teenage preg­nancy is af­fect­ing to­day’s youth,” she said.

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