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Shona Ferguson's final goodbye

At a memorial service held in Johannesburg on Friday, August 6, close family and friends gathered to celebrate and honor media mogul Shona Ferguson's life.

The memorial the production boss's burial on Wednesday, August 4, which was live streamed on YouTube and allowed Ferguson's fans and other uninvited guests to be a part of the actor's toned-down celebration.

Sello Maake ka-Ncube, an actor and family friend, presided over the ceremony, which featured heartwarming tributes from industry colleagues and close family members.

Ferguson's daughter Alicia opened the ceremony with a video tribute, sharing a beautiful piano composition she frequently played for her father, which he adored, while renowned singer Judith Sephuma sang praises.

“I recorded these pieces for my mother to play at his hospital bedside. These pieces connect me to my father, and I'm sure he'll adore them when they're put together. I adore you, dad," Alicia stated.

Connie Ferguson: 'Sho, I thought you and I were going to grow old together': Connie and Shona Ferguson's love story in pictures A video montage of the veteran actor's on-screen characters was also shown at the memorial.

Additionally, “Rockville” stars Gail Mabalane, Enhle Mbali, and Zandile Msutwana paid tribute.

“Filming the final season of 'Rockville' was one of the most rejuvenating experiences of my life. I had another opportunity to work with Mr Sho. This time around, there was a different energy about him, a different light, a different brightness, something about him that said 'watch me,'" Mabalane explained.

“I came here to celebrate, and I can feel his presence in the room,” an emotional Mbali stated. I can sense him laughing and smiling, as if to say, 'I'm in a better place,' which he is. He was light, he was love, he was God".

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