This time last month South Africa was left absolutely stunned and heartbroken after the reports of the death of legendary actor and producer Shona Ferguson after a lengthy battle with the Corona Virus (Covid-19), and today marks exactly one month since South Africa lost one of it's brightest stars.
Shona Ferguson's step daughter sedii matsunyane ferguson took to her Twitter account earlier today to mark the one month anniversary of her step father's untimely death with a short message and a picture of the late Shona Ferguson.
"It’s a month. Today. 🕊💔" - She wrote.
Other South Africans on Twitter also responded with messages of condolences on the one month anniversary of Shona Ferguson's death...
"Rest in heaven Mr Sho, you were and always be my favourite actor of all times"
"Heavens will hug and comfort you and your family Sedi 😥😥😥😥 sending lots and lots of love❤️❤️❤️❤️🌹🌹"
"It still just doesn't feel real. Sometimes I just think ill just see a video of him on his page saying it was all a mistake. Your dad was an inspiration and a distance father to a lot of us out here. It hurts but God heals❤❤"
"Sending you and the family love and prayers today Sedi… may Fah continue resting ❣️❣️❣️"
"My goodness time flies maybe because the wounds are still fresh and run deep. Even after 10 years we will feel it as deeply as we did the day we were told of his passing"
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