Ngcebo Andrew Mathula, the dad of Uzalo entertainer Noxolo Mathula, who depicts Lily Dongwe, has died. The family held an internment function at their property in KwaMashu in Durban after Noxolo reported her dad's passing on Instagram.
Lily on Uzalo uncovered that she had lost her mainstay of solidarity and wellspring of motivation. Without uncovering the reasons for his definitive flight, she uncovered that Malume Ngcebo hadn't been well for a serious long time.
Noxolo has had a ton of achievement somewhat recently; she purchased a house and indulged herself with another vehicle worth R 2.8 million.
The photograph of Lily Uzalo with previous South African President Jacob Zuma at his Nkandla estate provoked doubts that the two were father and little girl. Noxolo believes President Jacob Zuma to be her dad, yet she isn't his organic little girl; she said that Jacob Zuma is the dad of the helpless, and she had the option to go to class on account of his grants.
Noxolo Mathula, Lily, a police officer from the unassuming Dongwe family, is played by entertainer Noxolo Mathula, on Uzalo. She shows dark and oppressed young ladies that industriousness is the way to triumph, regardless life tosses at them. She has confronted starvation, dismissal, and embarrassment all through the novel, yet she has beaten them all and stays steadfast in her convictions.
Gugu Gumede, who plays MaMlambo in the SABC1 soapie Uzalo, communicates her sympathies on the demise of Lily's dad.
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