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Even with the massive successes she achieved in her life, Twala is said to have remained humble until her last breath, her legacy lives on not only through her son, but also through her inspiring influence
Photo: Instagram
Even with the massive successes she achieved in her life, Twala is said to have remained humble until her last breath, her legacy lives on not only through her son, but also through her inspiring influence Photo: Instagram

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As South Africa enters year three without the great thespian Mary Kuksie Twala, who passed away on July 4 2020, Janice Phiri looks back fondly on the many faces Mam' Twala allowed us to see in her illustrious 60-year career.

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