Condolences are pouring in for legendary actress Lindiwe
Ndlovu, who has passed away on Monday.
Condolences are pouring in for legendary actress Lindiwe Ndlovu, who has passed away on Monday.
South Africa has woken up to sad news of the passing of one of its most talented actresses, Lindiwe Ndlovu.
Ndlovu began her career in 1999 in theatre, before making her way into television.
She was popular for her roles in several local drama series, including ‘Lockdown’, ‘Uzalo’, ‘Soul City’, ‘ Scandal’, 'EHostela S1’ and ‘Ifalakhe S1’. She also had roles in movies such as ‘Winnie Mandela’ and ‘Little One’.
One of the highlights of her career was being honoured with the Golden Horn Award at the South African Film & TV Awards for Best Actress in a feature film.
The SAFTA-winning actress passed away at her home on Monday, 11 January 2020.
Below is the official statement from her family pertaining to her passing.
Tributes keep pouring in for the star.
GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION LEARNS OF THE PASSING OF ANOTHER GREAT THESPIAN.— Gauteng Dept. of Sport, Arts, Culture & Recreation (@GautengSACR) January 12, 2021
MEC @MbaliHlopheSA has learned of the passing of leading actress Lindiwe Ndlovu at her home on Monday morning, January 11th 2021.#RIPLindiweNdlovu pic.twitter.com/eJ0L8sAlak
Still really saddened by Lindiwe Ndlovu’s passing, this is a huge loss to the acting, television and theatre fraternity.— Samú #intoyami OUT NOW (@SamkeloNdlovu) January 12, 2021
I can’t begin to talk about the loss to her family and friends 💔
Lala ngo xolo sthandwa ❤️ #RIPlindiweNdlovu
Image courtesy of Twitter screenshot/ @innomatijane
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