- The late Menzi Ngubane has been honoured with a Golden Horn for Best Actor in a Telenovela at the recent SA Film and Television Awards (Saftas)
- His wife, Sikelelwa, accepted the award on his behalf and expressed her pride on social media
- Fans took to the comment section to let Menzi know that his memory lives on strong and that they miss him dearly
The late Menzi Ngubane bagged a Golden Horn for Best Actor in a Telenovela at the recent SA Film and Television Awards (Saftas).
After having made an undeniable monumental mark in the SA film industry, Menzi was honoured with this prestigious award. Menzi passed away earlier this year so his wife accepted the accolade on his behalf.
Menzi’s wife, Sikelelwa, too to social media with great pride, letting her late husband know that he had achieved greatness yet again.
“Congratulations Mbomvu, you did it again Somahhashi Nzombane @saftassa #saftas”
Fans took to the comment section to second what Sikelelwa said and to make it known that Menzi’s memory will forever live on in his work.
@thulzofficial: “This award is for more of an honour than a win. Congratulations Ngcukumane and rest in peace.”
@zee.433: “Eish, wish he was still here to see this. I miss him, especially when he talks. Somahhashi!! Love you forever. My brother looks and talks like him."
@noziphoewsibisi: “Phaaawuuu!!! Congratulations somahhashi, we'll always love you, ulale ngokuthula.”
@sichazaphupho: “Will always love him.”
Briefly New previously reported that social media users were shocked at the sudden death of veteran actor Menzi Ngubane.
Tributes poured in for Ngubane as people looked back on his amazing career and the iconic roles he played. His family confirmed that he passed away due to a stroke and that he will be sorely missed.
It was also reported that veteran actor Menzi Ngubane spoke from his heart as a father, urging men to have more respect for women and for parents to teach both their sons and their daughters what a good man really is.
Menzi has two beautiful daughters, Siya, 22, and Ziyanda, 11. So, when he heard about all the acts of violence taking place against women, it worried him greatly.
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