GogFlo ‘Ivy Nkutha’

No doubt she has been trending of late after she disappeared on our small screens. Actress Ivy Nkutha is a celebrated South African actress best known for her on-screen character on Generations: The Legacy as Florence Diale’ GogFlo’.

With an illustrious career spanning decades, the actress has managed to wow Mzansi with her unmatched acting flair. The seasoned actress stars as matriarchy leader of the Diale family. Of interest, she stays with her problematic grandchildren Cosmo character played by Ronnie Nyakale and Lucy Diale, starred by Manaka Ranaka.

On-screen, she is a playful woman at a local church in Alex, where she often conducts counselling services and prayer sessions. Her good heart has seen her adopting Lesedi’s character, played by Luyanda Mzaza, into the Diale family.

Generations: The Legacy actress GogFlo 'Ivy Nkutha' - Source: Twitter@generationsthelegacy
Generations: The Legacy actress GogFlo ‘Ivy Nkutha’ – Source: Twitter@generationsthelegacy

Despite championing good deeds in the community, her grandchildren have completely gone the opposite of her teachings.

Where did Generations: The Legacy actress GogFlo ‘Ivy Nkutha’ disappear to?

Cosmo and Lucy have become the kingpins of crime in Alex, and they have unleashed terror more often to the community. They have been nabbed and even attacked and left for dead by their rivals in the mix of things. In Generations, she wowed Mzansi when she bought shares of Moca Mamas, which she co-owns with Zondiwe Mogale (Abigail Kubeka).

Of late, Mzansi wondered where the bubbly actress disappeared to? Unlike those before her, she didn’t have any acting education tied on her CV but ended up acting after taking her granddaughter to auditions. In real life, she is a graduated nurse with experience in dental care. She is that star actress we all love to hate.

Generations: The Legacy actress GogFlo 'Ivy Nkutha' - Source: Twitter@generationsthelegacy
Generations: The Legacy actress GogFlo ‘Ivy Nkutha’ – Source: Twitter@generationsthelegacy

It’s been more than two months since she has appeared on Generations, and Mzansi is more than worried. No doubt Generations hasn’t been the same without her. In recent months death hoaxes have flooded social media, implicating her in saddening news.

The showrunners have, in time, rubbished the news. We have been connecting the dots about her whereabouts but hitting a dead end. Small screens tend to have a different vibe without her gracing them. We can’t wait for her much-talked-about return capped with drama and thrills on Generations.