Homora (left because the leg was motionless) to name a few.Israeli actor Matzeke-Zuli, an experienced actor who has been battling gangrene for seven years, had his left leg amputated. He is healthy now.
The actor told Sowetan's older sister, Chisa Live, that he had been suffering from gangrene for several years, but was unaware of it because gangrene worsened during filming of the Mzanshi Magic series "Homora" last year.
The 46-year-old actor said he visited several doctors, but no one could diagnose the problem.In 2021, while working at Homora, I became very ill.
I think I was with them from March to August. The disease started 6 or 7 years ago, but in August I was very ill and could not walk. In his shoes, which were recently unveiled barefoot, the phrase "Life is too short to be wasted" attracted attention on social networks.
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