Yesterday, veteran actor Masoja "Nkunzi" Msiza was engaged in a terrible vehicle accident, and rumors spread over the internet that the veteran Uzalo's actor had perished as a result of the accident. The press reports about Masoja Msiza being engaged in a terrible automobile accident were completely false, and people should stop referring to him as dead since he is still alive.
'Uzalo' star actor, 56, who was born in Gauteng, has woken up from his death, which is great news for all South Africans who follow the soap opera since he is one of Uzalo's stars who contribute to the soap opera being one of the finest in South Africa.
We don't know when the South Africans found out that Masoja Msiza had died since neither his family nor Uzalo made any mention of his passing away on social media. South African journalists and writers must hold off on publishing their stories unless they have a believable narrative that has been verified by their relatives.
The fact that Masoja Msiza is still alive gives us great relief, and we wish him a fast recovery. The reason we believe he has awoken from death is that he was pronounced dead yesterday, which was not a legitimate declaration.
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