Cape Town - Actress Candice Modiselle recently announced that she will be leaving Generations: The Legacy after three years on the SABC 1 soapie.
On Monday news broke that SABC1 soapie will be going on a month-long break.
In a post on her Instagram page, the actress who played Lerato, reflected on her journey on the show.
"Truly one of the most bittersweet moments of my career, to actively leave a place I’ve called home. What started off as 3 months of the antagonizing rebel who eventually won over Lesedi’s friendship, became 3 years of the Lerato Matema coming of age story. Silly crushes, secrets, drug addiction, activism, kidnappings, campaigns, sisterhood, a sense of belonging, struggles with identity and young love [sic]," she wrote.
The 25-year-old said she has taken a slight break from acting and will be focusing on her youth skills development and her media company, Busetsa.
“I plan on leaving no stone unturned. Though I have taken a slight break from acting to focus on my youth skills development company, Busetsa Media, I hope to make a return to theatre, devise my own work, venture into the big screen and all mediums of the arts and storytelling. .... And.... Scene [sic]," she added.
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Candice also thanked everyone that added colour to her storyline.
"I’ll use the next few days and posts to thank the people that added colour to Lerato’s black and white world and express my gratitude to the cast and crew that gave me wings to bring the character to life. For now, all I can say is thank you. To the viewers that showed me so much love and support, thank you," she added.
SEE SOME OF HER MOMENTS ON GENERATIONS: THE LEGACY: