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Former Rhythm City actress Tamara Jozi has died

Tamara Jozi has died

Veteran actress Tamara Jozi has died. The actress, who has featured in various SA productions and adverts, died on Tuesday.

Her daughter, Ziyanda Jozi, confirmed the news to a local publication, saying a family statement would follow.

The details around her death remain unknown at the moment.

The television series’ Tamara has featured in include the Soul City short film Secrets and Lies, the soapie Rhythm City and the SABC1 drama series Society and After 9.

Many will also recognise and remember Tamara’s face from popular adverts in SA such as the Wimpy ad, where she keeps asking “Thabo, when are you getting married?

Her agency, Trinity Management, tweeted a sweet tribute in her honour, saying her laughter will be missed.

“#RIPTamaraJozi we will miss you. Your little laughs and how you were dedicated to your work.”

In Other News – President Cyril Ramaphosa set to appear at the State Capture Commission again

Cyril Ramaphosa is set to appear at the State Capture Commission again.

At his second appearance on Thursday, he appears as the country’s President.

Ramaphosa appeared as the Deputy President of the country on Wednesday.

He is expected to explain his actions as the President of South Africa. learn more 


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