Just as the country was still in great shock about the passing of former TKzee member Tokollo Magesh, it has been revealed that another prolific actor has just passed away. This year the whole entertainment industry has suffered a great loss in talent as both young and veteran actors die. Join us as we unpack more of the story below and share the latest.
Entertainment Commentator Phil Mphela has revealed that Bruno Majola who was part of the cast of the discontinued Rhythm City has passed away. He was also an upcoming rapper that got the best platform to showcase his work on the soapie. Bruno was best known as a bubbly person with a welcoming personality allowing him to excel on all his projects. As it stands the family haven't provided any statement to indicate that cause of his death.
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Industry fans and colleagues are in disbelief about his death. Just yesterday we reported the death of a Kwaito star by the name of Tokollo who also shaped the industry. David Genaro who also played a very iconic role on Rhythm City passed away a couple of months ago. More information will be provided in due course as it's made available.
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