Do You Remember Sdumo? See The Price What It Has Been Revealed In His Tombstone
Do you remember legendary Popular known as Sduo. He was one of amazing legendary in the country that died when we least expected. It's true when yheynsay death has no boundaries. Sdumo whose real name was Joe Mafela was portraying in a Zulu Language sitcom “Sgudi 'Snaysi” (“it is good; it is nice”), in which he was playing the role of 'Sdumo'. This sitcom became a major hit in Black television as it ran to 78 episodes on SABC.
Joe "Sdumo" Mafela was a South African actor, writer, producer, director, singer, and businessman who was born in 25 June 1942 until 18th March 2017 where he died in car crush. Multi-talented local personality Joe Mafela, who is well-known in the acting and music world, died in a car accident on a Joburg highway on Saturday night at the age of 75.
He was an older man but he still remembered by his wife and his four children. It's never been easy to get through the pain of losing a parents, husband and someone very close. His family will always remember him as the actor and the person who always has impact made on millions of viewers' lives. Wonder his family has went all out to make sure that they install one of most tombstone to remember him and the love of his work in the entertainment industry. According to the source the tombstone was estimated at between R100‚000 and R300‚000. His family cherished him sincerely so that they even planned an exceptional gravestone for him which is the sign addressing him as a TV star. This is so incredibly wonderful. May his spirit keep finding happiness in the hereafter.
The multi-talented actor Joe died on the 18th of March 2017 after he was involved in a horrific car accident on the M1 north of Johannesburg, where two cars were involved. It sad that it was one of difficult moment after he died immediately at the age of 75 years old. His death talented was heartbreaking to his family, kids and colleagues, but what’s interesting is that he died with a silver spoon in his mouth and he lived his life perfectly.
When Joe Mafela died, he left behind his wife and four children.
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