Crazy Lu Lu was a child television presenter who was on X Attitude. He later became a rapper with the group Jozi. Lu left the band due to his substance abuse. Lu died from an Asthma attack in Cambodia where he was staying at the time. Sibusiso Radebe
Former Backstage actor Sibusiso Radebe dies, 37 Tributes pour for former Backstage actor Sibusiso Radebe who has reportedly died, aged 37. News of his death was revealed by close friends on social media. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and has been undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy in January 14, 2019 . Radebe was best known for his role as Vuzi, on the e.tv soapie Backstage, from 1999-2004. RIP: Former Backstage star Sibusiso Radebe has died Known for enjoying Vusi on the etv soapie, Radebe was
Sibusiso Radebe was a South African actor and dancer best known for his starring role as Vusi on the E.tv soapie Backstage, from 1999-2004. Sibusiso Radebe was born and raised in Soweto, Sibusiso is one of those people who grew up on TV, he started his professional TV career at the age of 12 in the teen magazine called X-Attitude.
People were left in Sh0ck after finding out that the actor on frame1 also passed away Sibusiso Radebe was a South African actor and dancer who rose to fame as Vusi on the E.tv soap opera Backstage from 1999 to 2004. Sibusiso Radebe was born and raised in Soweto, and he is one of those people who grew up watching television.
Ever wondered where these actors and actresses would be if their lives were not cut short too soon. Marubini Mogale; Precious Simelane; Antonio Summerton and Sibusiso Radebe. Toss in Lebo Mathosa who had a cameo role in Backstage. Backstage was the Skeemsam of the time. Though many characters from Backstage have moved on to bigger and better things. Backstage used to be a popular show of the late 90s and early ought oughts. Rumoured to have had upwards of 500 000 viewers. Tributes are always circulating and
Sibusiso Radebe Born 06 June 1982 Soweto, Johannesburg Gauteng, South Africa Died 09 January 2020 (aged 37) Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa Cause of death Cancer Nationality South African Other names Sibu Radebe Education National School of the ArtsAlma materAFDA Occupation Actor Dancer Years active 1994-2020 Sibusiso Radebe (06 June 1982- 09 January 2020) was a South African former child star, actor and dancer. A prolific theatre actor; he appeared in numerous stage productions including Beauty
Galaxy deny the Chiefs a second-place finish. Kaizer Chiefs and TS Galaxy were unable to be separated after playing to a scoreless draw in their DStv Premiership game on Tuesday night, according to the officials. The Amakhosi coach Stuart Baxter rewarded them for their contributions from the bench against Chippa United on Saturday by starting Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander, while Sibusiso Radebe made his Galaxy debut.