Widow of Menzi Ngubane has penned an emotional letter to him

Widow of Menzi Ngubane has penned an emotional letter to him

Family, friends and industry colleagues have bid veteran movie actor Menzi Ngubane farewell during a moving send off in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal Thabo Baloyi by Thabo Baloyi 20-03-2021 18:54 in News Menzi Ngubane’s wife: ‘I’m broken and it’ll take time to travel back’ Menzi Ngubane and his wife Image sourced via Instagram @menzingubanesa Sikelelwa Sishuba, the widow of Menzi Ngubane has penned an emotional letter to him, during which she expresses her love and gratitude for entering her life. Sishuba’s letter was read bent mourners by her sister, during Ngubane’s funeral service, which was held at his hometown of Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, 20 March 2021. “We met in 2004 at SABC, we dated, life happened and that we parted ways. In 2013 May you walked into my office, I couldn’t believe that in any case these years we’ll ever cross paths again, but God had his plans,” a part of the letter reads. “It was the start of our lives together. the foremost important, the happiest years of my life. many thanks for loving me, you made me feel so special. you’ve got set the bar so high no man are going to be ready to reach it. i’m broken and it’ll take time to travel back, I doubt i will be able to ever be an equivalent again” The veteran movie actor died after suffering a stroke on Saturday, 13 March 2021. He was 56 years-old. Ngubane was laid to rest on an equivalent day as his father who died just days after his son.

He (Menzi Ngubane) also leaves behind two daughters. Ngubane has been gracing South African screens ever since the late 1980s, featuring prominently in TV dramas like Yizo Yizo, Isibaya and Generations. While Menzi Ngubane boasts a powerful work history, many South Africans remember him for his role because the ruthless businessman Sibusiso Dhlomo on the hit soapie Generations.

NATHI MTHETWA: ‘MENZI NGUBANE WAS one among OUR FINEST TALENTS’ Arts, Culture and Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa also paid tribute to Menzi Ngubane, hailing him for his commitment to the craft. Mthetwa said Ngubane left an everlasting impact in every role he played and inspired numerous together with his relentless pursuit of excellence, as an actor. “In Menzi Ngubane, our nation has lost one among its finest talents. The country mourns the loss of an icon, a humble son of the soil, a father, a brother and therefore the quintessential maverick actor. We sympathise with the Ngubane family, who have carried an important burden of grief,” the minister said.

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