- Mzansi is mourning the death of veteran actress Lindiwe Ndlovu
- The award-winning Lockdown actress passed away in her home on Monday
- Lindiwe Ndlovu's fans have taken to social media to share their messages of condolences to her family and friends
Lockdown actress Lindiwe Thembekani Ndlovu has passed away. Mzansi social media users have continued to send their heartfelt condolences to her friends and family following the veteran Thespian's death on Monday, 11 January.
The SAFTA award-winning actress died in her home, according to a statement released by her agency, Gaenor Artist Management:
"What we will remember most is her love and unwavering dedication to her friends and family. She had a larger-than-life presence that was undeniably infectious to those who loved her."
Lindiwe played many roles on TV and film. She also loved acting on stage.
"By far her greatest achievement was receiving her SAFTA award, which was presented to her by the incredible American actor Samuel L Jackson, which she received for Best Actress in a Feature Film."
The official statement doesn't mention her cause of death. Mzansi TV viewers and celebs have flooded Twitter with their tributes and messages of condolences to her friends and family. Check out some of them below:
"What a loss... what a talent... lala sisi."
"May her soul rest in peace."
"Goodness!! Condolences to her family, colleagues and close friends."
"I can't believe it. She was such a talented actor. One of the very few I enjoyed watching embody a role. May she transcend peacefully, safely."
"May her soul rest in eternal peace. To the family, friends, colleagues and fans, receive my deepest condolences. Our TV screens will never be the same. May the mighty God gives you strength during these difficult times."
"What a loss. Lindiwe will remain one of the greatest talents to grace our screens. Rest Queen."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that social media users shared mixed reactions after Kefilwe Mabote took to Instagram recently to post her mother's funeral. The social media influencer shared snaps and videos of her mom Matlhodi Dorothy Mabote's funeral service on Wednesday, 6 January.
The stunner has shared a few days ago that her mother passed away on 30 December, 2020. She took to the photo and video sharing app to let her fans in on the "farewell fit for a queen". Kefilwe further said:
"This week has been the hardest week I have ever had to live through, but my mother’s comforting love and words have carried me through."
A Twitter user @Ntebo_Mo took to Twitter to ask tweeps their views about Kefilwe's decision to post her mom's funeral on social media. @Ntebo_Mo wrote:
"It's me again... the devil's advocate. Regarding Khifiboo's content, is it really that weird gore she's posting her funeral drip along with those who supported her (I mean she post everything), or y'all are choosing to be mad coz you personally find it wrong?"
Tweeps took to her comment section to share mixed reactions to her post.
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