A graveyard

By Drum Digital
18 January 2012

Family, friends and fans of Muzi Clive Ngwenya, who passed away earlier this week, gathered today to celebrate a life well lived.

Muzi’s close friend Thato Molamu, who plays Nicolas in Generations, described him as friendly, jolly and full of jokes. Lacking more to add he said, “he was just Muzi.”

Muzi of Class Act fame passed away in what his family spokesperson, Xolani Xubeka, described as terrifying.

“The room was terrifying and full of ash. He was probably asleep. He was lying down and had ash on his face. You could see he was trying to save himself,” said Xolani in painting a clearer picture of what he saw.

All this happened due to a TV set that was allegedly hit by lightning and produced too much smoke. “He was trapped” and could not escape, that is how we lost him.

Xolani condemned all speculations in social networks and the media about the passing of this lad.

Class Act judge Moonyeenn Lee who was emotional in her speech said Muzi had so much talent and she doubted he realised he had it.

More messages came from colleagues and friends talking about a “confident, energetic and inspiring” Muzi.

“Why are people so sad? All long faces must go stand outside!” these are words Muzi would have said if he was here according to his friend Benni Langa.

Passing at the age of 30 Muzi will be buried in Roodeport Cemetery on Friday 20. The service will start at 9am in Bryanston and proceed to Roodeport.

His death does not mean he is forgotten, he still remain a part of us. May his soul rest in peace.

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