- Media personality Ayanda Ncwane has paid tribute to the late actor Menzi Ngubane
- S'fiso Ncwane's widow quoted the famous words from her husband's song Kulungile Baba
- The beloved Menzi Ngubane passed away last week after a long illness
Ayanda Ncwane has joined the many other Mzansi celebrities who have paid tribute to the late actor Menzi Ngubane. Taking to Instagram, Ncwane posted an old picture with Ngubane along with a heartfelt tribute to him.
Her caption read:
“Ibuhlungu intando yaKho Baba (God's will is painful). Kodwa Kulungile (But it is alright). Bhut Menzi thank you for your brotherly love towards us. Makubonwana ngale usuyokhonza I can write a lot but those who know knows."
Social media users shared their thoughts. The untimely death of the veteran actor left Mzansi shook and many are still dealing with the feelings that followed. Ngubane will always be remembered for his various on-screen and off-screen roles that made people smile.
Briefly.co.za reported that social media users were shocked at the sudden death of veteran actor Menzi Ngubane who passed away on Saturday night.
Tributes have poured in for Ngubane as people look back on his amazing career and the iconic roles he played.
His family confirmed that he passed away due to a stroke, he will be sorely missed.
This is what people on Twitter had to say as they pay their respects to the late actor:
"Rest in peace Menzi Ngubane had a long career as an actor having starred in productions like Generations, How to steal 2 million to name a few. #ripmenzingubani."
"My mom's favourite actor!
She loved him on Kwakhala Nyonini as Cijimpi.
It was In 1988 when Menzi shot to stardom when he was cast as Cijimpi on SABC 1 drama Kwakhala Nyonini. What a powerful talented unforgettable actor!"
"At Golden Stars Awards, we are saddened by the death of veteran actor Menzi Ngubane. Ngubane was a much-loved character on popular television dramas such as Generations, Yizo Yizo and Isibaya. May his soul rest in peace."
"He was one of the best actors in South Africa. May his soul rest in peace#ripmenzingubani."
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