Actor Mncedisi Shabangu Passed Away At 53, What Happened To Khulekani From Rhythm City?

Mncedisi Shabangu's death at the age of 53 has shocked all of us.
Mncedisi Shabangu's death at the age of 53 has shocked all of us.( Source : newframe )

In today's sad news, Rhythm City actor Mncedisi Shabangu passes away. Netizens are still in disbelief, and social media is about trying to confirm the unauthorized information.Β 

After serving the theater for over, two decades, the man has made his mark in the showbiz industry with several awards and acclaim.

Actor Mncedisi Shabangu Passed Away At 53 - Find His Death Dause

The Twitter world reports the death of the talented South African actor Mncedisi Shabangu at the age of 53 due to unforeseen circumstances. Condolence messages and prayers are flooding for him and his family. It is such sad news for the art realm globally. This powerhouse of talent inspired thousands to work hard and chase their dreams regardless of the issues in life.Β 

A Twitter user writes, "JUST IN: South African Actor Mncedisi Shabangu has died. The actor, 53, is best known for his role as Khulekani on Rhythm City. In 2020 he won a SAFTA for Best Supporting Actor for playing this role. The details about the cause of death are still sketchy."Β 

Similarly, another one writes, "What a sad time it is to lose yet another talented actor Mncedisi Shabangu. RIP"Β 

Even though the tributes are hundreds in number, none of them have actually mentioned his death cause. We still have to wait for the authentic sources to reveal what actually happened to him.Β 

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Mncedisi Shabangu Wikipedia 

The South African actor Mncedisi Shabangu is most known for playing Khulekani in the soap opera Rhythm City. Prior to this, he was well-known for his 2008 appearance as Skhumbuzo in the second season of the SABC3 drama series The Lab.

Shabangu's breakout performance came in 1992's Gordon Motha's Secret Agenda. He enrolled at The Market Theatre Laboratory as a student in 1995.

His other theater performances include Ways of Dying in 1999, Call us Crazy in 2000, and Orpheus in 1998. For Call us Crazy, he received the FNB Vita Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

For Tshepang, the account of the rape of an infant girl in Louisvaleweg in the Northern Cape at the age of nine months, he also won the Fleur du Cap award and the KKNK award for best actor.

Wangesheya-Wangesheya, Kanyamazane Galvanomit Akusiti, Barbershop, Mooi Street Moves, and Vuka Machel are just some of the performances that Shabangu has produced at the Market Theatre. He served as the Windybrow Theatre's artistic director as well.

Further, his acting credits include roles in the Heartlines movie The Other Woman and the SABC2 sitcom Home Sweet Home.

What Happened To Khulekani From Rhythm City?

Khulekani Ngobese from Rythm City is no more with us. He gave us a memorable performance in a show that presented the conflict with the music industry's true power players.Β 

He is an additional example of a villager who overcomes all odds to succeed and rises to the top.

Shabangu's first significant role came in Gordon Motha's Secret Agenda in 1992, but his acting career really took off when he began official training at The Market Theatre Laboratory three years later. He earned his degree at the end of 1996.

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