Entertainer and Kwaito artist Brian "Bruno" Majola followed up on Rhythm City while chasing after his music profession.
Bruno, prominently known as Bongani on the canned e.tv soapie, kicked the bucket on Monday, 15 August.
His dearest companion Pardon Makamu affirmed the news to Sun day to day.
"This has been extremely hard for me. This was somebody I took my sibling. We cooperated and even started a new business as partners," he said.
"We were something beyond companions, we became family. Our folks even knew one another, so it's truly hard," he proceeded.
Pardon said they don't realize the reason for death at this stage.
"At the present time, I actually don't have any idea what occurred. There are a ton of tales. Certain individuals are saying he ended it all, some say he was battling with his lady and that prompted his demise," he said.
"I'm at present trusting that his family will let me know what truly occurred," he said.
"I will miss him. I'll miss his demeanour and energy towards work. He had energy for music to such an extent. That is the thing I can say regarding him," he said.
Bruno, who was open about his previous existence, was known for talking about renewed opportunities.
He was captured for quite some time and had opened up to Daily Sun before about getting into existence of wrongdoing at 15 years old.
Recognitions have previously begun pouring in via web-based entertainment with individuals communicating shock and misery about his passing.
Entertainer and TV moderator Zola Hashatsi said he's not OK. "Angikho Grand. How dare you @bruno_jamshack #RIPBruno. I'm crushed and in tears. Angeke bafwethu," he composed.
Facebook client Nick Veron stated: "We have lost a sibling, coach, a pioneer and a fighter in you groomsmen. Your demise hits me so hard, it's miserable - it's excruciating Rest well Brian Bruno Majola."
"Amazing. One more find happiness in the hereafter so speedy! Find happiness in the hereafter Brian BRUNO Majola. The genuine ones know! #RIPBruno," composed by Twitter client, King_Snoo.
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