Unmistakable South African entertainer, leader, choreographer, artist and vocalist Mahlubi Kraai has died.
The group of the skilled maker and scriptwriter affirmed the day gone by that Mahlubi spent away the previous nighttime in Rustenburg, North West.
Mahlubi turned into extraordinary for his job as Jakes in SABC1 show arrangement Mzansi from 2004 to 2006.
The maker and chief became associated with theater creations as beforehand of time table as 1992, at that factor proceeded to study for a public affirmation in dramatization at Pretoria Technikon from 1995 to 1997.
Mahlubi began his performing vocation in 2000 when he assumed the part of Pitso Masalesa in Orlando.
He proceeded to spotlight in various South African pinnacle choices like Ages, Ke Nako, Isidingo, Soul City, Cadence City, Slope and Nark.
Mahlubi likewise acted in numerous theater creations like Sophiatown, Boesman, and Lena, The Island, Tongues, Not With My Weapon and PAST.
Mahlubi's fanatics are disheartened through the records on his passing and were sending sympathies to Mahlubi's circle of relatives and buddies and own family.
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