Actor Sello Maake KaNcube Share Heartfelt Messages After The Death Of Patrick Shai
Sello Maake KaNcube have spoken up for the first time after the death of Patrick Shai who passed away last year 2022. It's been a year since the passing of South Africa actor and his family and friends including his colleagues have gathered to bow down their head, and they continue to hour him. Sello Maake KaNcube is a South African actor best known for playing the character of Archie in Generations on SABC1.
He is another icon and legendary who has been playing different roles in TV. The actor has managed to win Mzansi's hearts over the past weeks for playing the leading g character of Professor Kganyago in the educational drama series SkeemSaam. The actor have recently taken to his Instagram page, where he shared pictures of him and his family and friends. Apparently he revealed that they were honoring the legendary Actor Patrick Shai who died last year.
With caption: "On the 22nd of January 2022 marked a year since Patrick Shai's passing. The family came together with our team to celebrate the great man that Matlogolo was, and it was a blessed day. A mixed emotion but we are one unit with the Shai family" he writes.
Apparently, Sello Maake KaNcube and Patrick Shai worked together for many years in the entertainment industry. His death came after it was reported that he committed suicide. Patrick is another celebrity who were suffering from depression.
His death came after he had been with the musician Cassper Nyovest. Patrick is another South African actor who has been in the industry for many years. He has acted in different TV shows including Uzalo, Generations, 7deelaan, Muvhango and many more to court few.
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