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BREAKING! South African Actress, Noxee Maqashalala Has Passed Away



Information reaching our news desk has it that Eastern Cape actress Noxolo Maqashalala has passed away at the age of 44.

The news of her death was confirmed by a family friend Senyukele Zibobo who revealed that Maqashalala’s body was found at her Honeydew home in Johannesburg on Friday.

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“I received a call from her brother informing me of her death. Someone went to drop off something at her place and realised there was something strange,” said Zibobo, adding that the person found her body inside the house.

Forensic personnel was then called.

“The forensic personnel told them that they suspected she had been dead for almost a week,” he said.

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Who Is Noxolo Maqashalala? Things You Need To Know About Her!

Noxee Maqashalala is a South African actress who rose to fame in 2003 after starring as Viwe in the first three seasons of the SABC1 youth drama series Tsha Tsha.

In the SABC1 drama 2010 series Intersexions, she starred as Mandisa.

Apart from the SABC1 series, Noxolo Maqashalala has also appeared in different other television series. She was a cast in Generations and Tarzan series.

In 2014 she replaced Charmaine Mtinta in the role of Pearl for the second season of the SABC2 sitcom Gauteng Maboneng.

Maqashalala was born in KwaBhaca (formerly Mount Frere).

Maqashalala is renowned for her breakout role in 2003’s youth drama series Tsha Tsha. Her other notable acting jobs have been in Easy Money, Intersexions, Generations and Rhythm City.

In 2018, Noxolo revealed in an interview with Sowetanlive that she has quit her acting career and only majoring as an executive producer.

Excerpts from the Interview:-

“I’m not going to lie, I gave up. I moved on. I even forgot about it. You get so many ideas; you try out this one and if it doesn’t work you move on to the next.”

“The acting got hectic because I was on set almost every day. It was hard, but it’s one of the things I enjoy the most. I’d rather be tired of acting.

“Quizzical Pictures was so gracious, so I could do what I do best. Acting became first priority; when I got a gap I would move to other things.”

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