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RIP|Another Mzansi's actor is no more after this happened

By Nhlanhla Maseko 

It never ends but continues to get worse in the entertainment industry with more and more celebrities passing on.

Siyanda Sesimani was a South African media personality known for being an actor. He was popular known for a role of Mandla that he previously played on Soul City that aired on SABC teaching viewers about HIV and AIDS. Sesimani has not only appeared on Soul City but has played different roles on Mzansi shows such as Isithembiso and The Estate whereby he was playing the character of Dlamini. Siyanda has according to his friend being a media personality, Zola Hashatsi is no more. 

Sesimani is said to have passed on being attacked and beaten in such a way that it landed him in hospital. Zola Hashatsi took to social media announcing that his friend is no more explaining what happened to him.

"A no so great morning. Sad to announce the passing of my dear friend Siyanda Siya Sesimani.He's been fighting for his life after he was attacked and beaten to a pulp. He was meant to go for surgery on Monday (his birthday)", Zola Hashatsi said on Instagram. 

"He has served on Thula's Vine,Ikhaya, Soul City,Isithembiso and The Estate. He was a son, brother, friend and a father. May his beautiful soul rest in peace", Hashatsi added.

It is so sad to know that Mzansi has lost another talented actor especially after many deaths in the entertainment industry of celebrities since the beginning of this year. However, his family has not yet confirmed and given more info on his passing and one would want to blame Zola that he should have waited for the family but we all deal with loss differently. He lost his friend and needed the world to share his pain with him. May Siyanda's soul rest in peace. 

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