- Maduvha Madima has taken to social media to pay respects to her friend and fellow Muvhango co-star Candy Moloi
- Candy passed away in a Pretoria hospital on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer
- Taking to Instagram on Thursday, Maduvah opened her heart, expressing what an influential person Candy was in her life
Maduvha Madima has taken to social media to pay respects to her friend and fellow Muvhango co-star Candy Moloi. Her passing has left many feeling numb.
The influential star's death came suddenly and as a major shock. Moloi is the mother of actress and producer Lerato Zah Moloi, who played the character of Refiloe on Muvhango.
Briefly.co.za has seen the endless tributes and messages of condolence that have poured in ever since the news of Candy’s passing was made.
Candy passed away in a Pretoria hospital on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. She was just 67 and had many more years left in her but cancer unfortunately won.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday, Maduvah opened her heart, expressing what an influential person Candy was in her life. She was more than just a co-star and a friend, she was a life coach.
“Love personified. My anchor, my unconventional life coach. My 'Akadzhiiiii', my 'Rocky'. Thank you for all the life lessons."
She then went on to thank Candy for everything she did to make her career possible and for encouraging her to be the best she can.
"Thank you for all the work you'd book me for. Thank you for being an amazing acting or voice-over colleague. Thank you for the jokes (I can't share). Thank you for encouraging me to do better/be better.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Marah Louw has paid a moving tribute to her friend, Candy Moloi. The former Muvhango actress passed away in a Pretoria hospital on Tuesday. Candy, 67, reportedly died after a long battle with cancer.
Marah described Candy, who played the character of Vho-Makhadzi on Muvhango, as a wonderful and warm person. The two veterans met on the set of the soapie where they worked together for more than 10 years.
On Wednesday, 29 July that Candy's passing was confirmed by Muvhango creator Duma Ka Ndlovu on Tuesday evening.
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