- Menzi Ngubane has paid a heartfelt tribute to late Mzansi actress Lindiwe Ndlovu
- Menzi Ngubane shared that his heart is heavy following the passing of Lindiwe Ndlovu
- Ngubane joined scores of fans who have taken to social media to mourn Lindiwe Ndlovu's death
Veteran actor Menzi Ngubane has penned a heartfelt tribute to late actress Lindiwe Ndlovu. Ngubane took to Twitter on Monday night, 11 January to share his reaction to the news of the Lockdown actress' passing.
The former Generations (now defunct) star expressed that his heart is heavy following the death of the talented award-winning actress. Ngubane joined scores of people who have used social media to mourn the passing of Lindiwe. Menzi tweeted:
"My heart is heavy. Her smile would light up the space around her and she always had a positive impact on everyone. Rest In Peace Sis Lindiwe."
TshisaLIVE reports that Lynne Higgins of Gaenor Artist Management said Lindiwe died in her sleep due to health complications. Lynne would not be drawn into speculation that the star's death was related to Covid-19.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi social media users have continued to send their heartfelt condolences to Lindiwe's 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," Gaenor Artist Management said.
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 the star's cause of death. Mzansi TV viewers and celebs have flooded Twitter with their messages of condolences to her friends and family. Reality TV star and media personality Somizi said:
"What a loss..... what a talent..... lala sisi (rest sis)."
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