What you probably didn’t know about actress Noxolo Maqashalala

What you probably didn’t know about actress Noxolo Maqashalala

Mzansi star Noxolo Maqashalala who was born in KwaBhaca (formerly Mount Frere) is best known for her role as Viwe within the first three seasons of SABC1’s youth drama series Tsha Tsha between 2003 and 2005. Noxee Maqashalala also appeared as Mandisa in SABC1’s Intersextions in 2010, and also had roles in SABC1’s Generations, Diamond City during which she also served together of the chief producers, and Dream World; also as SABC2’s Gauteng Maboneng, e.tv’s Rhythm City, Easy Money, Mzansi Love and therefore the Kingdom – uKhakhayi. Nathi Mthethwa, South Africa’s minister of sport, arts and culture, during a statement on Sunday morning said that he was “deeply saddened by the passing of Noxolo Maqashalala and Menzi Ngubane”. “The sector has been robbed at a time when there’s such a lot tension and stress within the industry thanks to the economic collapse and already-existing challenges within the industry”. “South Africa and therefore the world have lost two phenomenal thespians,” said the minister, describing Menzi Ngubane as “an icon, an acting aficionado” and Noxee Maqashalala as “one of South Africa’s greatest actresses of our time”. “She was a sterling performer who gave her best at every role that she took on,” he said. Quizzical Pictures, where Noxolo Maqashalala not just starred within the critically acclaimed series Diamond City on SABC1 that’s now available on Netflix SA but was also one among the chief producers, on Sunday morning during a statement to TVwithThinus said that “We are deeply saddened by the passing of Noxee Maqashalala”. “We first found her nearly 18 years ago when she starred in our drama series Tsha Tsha.” “It was her first-ever role and her performance as a lass infected with HIV, was unforgettable. We worked together with her often. She was the star and face of Intersextions; gave an interesting performance in Easy Money and together we developed Diamond City for SABC1 which is currently showing on Netflix.” “Like many talented people Noxee had a restless soul and never made easy choices. She was a consummate professional and her grace and talent will never be forgotten. Lala Ngoxolo Noxee.”

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