Alicia Ferguson’s letter for her late father Shona Ferguson on his birthday

Alicia Ferguson’s letter for her late father Shona Ferguson on his birthday

Aaron Arthur Ferguson was born in Botswana, Gaborone, but was based in South Africa. He was an actor, film producer, and director. He started off as a DJ at a nightclub called The Palace hotel night club back in 1992 in Lesotho. He moved back home to Botswana and,

Worked in an IT company and had experience as a salesman, in the business industry he worked his way up and won honorable business awards, when he was working at EDUTECH he won the top sales manager award for 1998 till 1999. He moved to South Africa years later and became,

An actor, he was cast on Muvhango as a Doctor. He married Connie Ferguson in 2001 after 3 months of dating, they welcomed their one and only daughter Alicia Angel Ferguson in June 2002. He was cast on The Wild in 2011 and as JB on The Gift. He co-founded,

Ferguson Films with his wife Connie and he was an exclusive producer. Their production company became a huge success having to create shows like The Kings of Johannesburg, Rockville, The Gift, The Herd, The River,iGazi, The Imposter, The Throne, The Queen and they managed to create a Netflix series with,

Six seasons. They are one of the national wealthy and well-known families in South Africa and they have won multiple awards. He was admitted on the 26th of June 2021 at the Pineheaven hospital for COVID-19 but his condition worsened and was airlifted and transferred to Milpark Hospital.

He died on the 30th July 2021 after heart surgery and was buried at Fourways Memorial Park. After his death, his family was devastated and broken, and the South African Entertainment industry lost one of the greatest producers. Mr. Ferguson left his 20-year-old daughter Alicia, Lesedi, his grandson Ronewa,


His wife and close friends. His family had it had moved on without him but they soldiered it on, today on the 30 April 2022 they celebrate his birthday and it is his first heavenly birthday calling the day Shona Ferguson day his wife wrote. His daughter Alicia wrote an open letter for her late father’s birthday.


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