While people are still trying to make peace with the lives that have been lost in the past month and the past year in the entertainment industry, it seems like every single week more lives get lost. So many rest in peace messages and condolence messages have been sent to the loved ones of those who lost someone close to them; someone who was known as an artist; someone who was really noticed for their talent in the entertainment industry and was given an opportunity to showcase that talent to the point where people loved their craft.
Losing someone you love is not easy, despite knowing death can take anyone of us at any time doesn't make it easy to endure the pain when it finally takes the one you love. Gomora actor Pakamisa Zwedale is still inconsolable about the death of his lover and friend Busisiwe Lurayi, who passed on at the beginning of July.
Death has visited the South African entertainment industry quite frequently since the beginning of the year; it is sad that almost every single week a life is lost, talent is lost, and someone who still had so much to offer the industry itself is lost. The sad thing about death is that when it visits, most of the time, it does not show that it is on its way.
This week started off on a sad note in the South African entertainment industry when it was shared that two people who were in the industry passed on on Sunday. Tumi Tladi, who was a well-known rapper, passed on at the age of 30 on Sunday, and we'll know that stage and television actress Busi Lurayi passed on at the age of 36.
Thando Thabethe is a South African actress, TV personality, and radio DJ who hosted the TLC show Thando Bares All and is currently the host of 947's drive time show. She is Nivea's first African brand spokesperson. Thando was included to Forbes Africa's 30 Under 30 list in 2019.
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Busi Lurayi's aunt, Sonti Lurayi, says that Busi's father found her dead body in her daughter Ayana's room on Sunday night. The award-winning actress, who was in How to Ruin Christmas, had been sent home from work because she was sick. BUSI LURAYI'S LAST MOMENTS
The family of How To Ruin Christmas actress Busi Lurayi Aka Phumzile announces her passing and provides a statement. Busi Lurayi, a South African actress best known for her lead role as Phumzile on the SABC1 sitcom City Ses'la and its spin-off series Ses'Top, has passed away.
Mzansi has had to yet again experience another unfortunate and untimely celebrity death. While everyone was still struggling to accept that Tumi Tladi has passed on, news broke that another talented celebrity lost her life. Talented and loved How To Ruin Christmas lead actress Busi Lurayi unfortunately passed on in her Johannesburg home today.
The How to Ruin Christmas cast shared a video behind the scenes dancing on their way to start shooting for the 3rd season. The series is one of the fan favorites on Netflix and received positive reviews from the first season. With the star-studded cast that How to Ruin Christmas boasts, the 3rd season promises to be another hit with the viewers.
Busisiwe Lurayi has passed away Busisiwe Lurayi who was well known for the character that she played as Phumzile on Ses Top la has passed away. She was also known for acting in films and TV shows such as Sokhulu and Partners, Generations, and recently starred in the Netflix comedy How To Ruin Christmas.
It was revealed by Busi Lurayi's aunt that the 'How to Ruin Christmas' actress became ill while filming, and her father discovered her in her daughter's room when she appeared to be "lifeless." Aunt Sonti Lurayi says that Busi Lurayi's father discovered her lifeless body in her daughter Ayana's room on Sunday night.
South African Media Personality and Radio Presenter Thando Thabethe, known best for being a television presenter and an Actress. She has presented a number of television shows such as Thando Bares All on TLC, she has also acted in a few television shows such as Generations The Legacy, House Keepers and My Perfect Family.
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And just like that it is finally happening, you guys will get to have a front seat and watch very closely as the drama will unfold this coming dead. Netflix has just announced that How To Ruin Christmas will be making a come back for its second season.
Busi Lurayi's auntie, Sonti Lurayi, says her dad found her dormant body in her little girl, Ayana's, room on Sunday night and that the honor-winning entertainer, who was featured in How To Ruin Christmas, was pardoned from set because of feeling unwell.
Having a happy and healthy parent is everyone's wish.No one wants to see their parent suffering.Which is most people take it upon themselves to look after their parents financially.It also gives them a chance to rest and live life.Nambitha Ben-Mazwi is and actress and is a Honours graduate in Business Science from University of Cape Town.
It is finally happening you guys, your prayers have been heard and we can say the wait is almost over and the count down can officially begin. Netflix just announced that How To Ruin Christmas will be making its way back to our screens for season 2 and it is set to premiere on the 10th of December on Netflix.
How To Ruin Christmas is a South Africa Netflix original comedy series. This production aired its first ever season in 2020 on the 16th of December, known as How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding. The show is starred by Busi Lurayi, Thando Thabethe, Yonda Thomas, Sandile Vincent Mahlangu and many other incredible actors.
While the actor was being treated for his injuries, the lockdown love birds (Thando and Jaji) were providing us with photos and videos of how they were actually enjoying their lockdown together. It wasn't long before she passed back to Lunga like a soccer ball.
Rami Chuene is a South African veteran actress, she is 46 of age and was born on 03 July 1975. She is a mother, singer, author, presenter and voiceover artist. Rami published a book tittle We Kissed The Sun And Embraced The Moon. She was born in Seshego-B Polokwane, South Africa.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/06/how-to-ruin-christmas-returns-for-season-2?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG – As if season one didn't convey sufficient dramatization to last us 10 years, one of South Africa's beloved series How To Ruin Christmas will be back for season two. Netflix made the declaration on Friday, saying season two was set to dispatch on the streaming stage on 10 December 2021.