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Somizi’s late mother Mary Twala’s film opens in cinemas next month

Somizi and Mary Twala

Somizi’s late mother, Mary Twala’s final film will be opening in all cinemas across Mzansi very soon. The star announced the passing of his 79 year-old mother in 2020 who died at Netcare’s Parklane Hospital in Johannesburg.

Mary Twala

Before her death, the legend stared in the film, This Is Not A Burial, It’s A Resurrection, and she’s bagged Best Actress Award for her role. Somizi’s mother had to be carried by crew members when the movie was filmed in the remote mountains of Lesotho.

The late icon’s final film has won a couple of international awards and has also been screened at international film festivals. The movie shot in the remote mountains of Lesotho was directed by filmmaker Lemohang Jeremiah Moses. It has been screened at different international film festivals across the globe and has bagged a couple of international awards.

Mary Twala in hospital

According to reports, the film will be out in May. The star announced the passing of his 79 year-old mother in 2020 who died at Netcare’s Parklane Hospital in Johannesburg

Before her death, the legend stared in the film, This Is Not A Burial, It’s A Resurrection, and she’s bagged Best Actress Award for her role.

Mary Twala

Somizi’s mother had to be carried by crew members when the movie was filmed in the remote mountains of Lesotho. The late icon’s final film has won a couple of international awards and has also been screened at international film festivals

Mary Twala

The movie shot in the remote mountains of Lesotho was directed by filmmaker Lemohang Jeremiah Moses. It has been screened at different international film festivals across the globe and has bagged a couple of international awards. According to reports, the film will be out in May.

In other news – Nhlanhla Nciza opens up about her Tragic Loss

Mafikizolo member Nhlanhla Nciza penned a lengthy emotional post on her Instagram. The award-winning singer opened up about her divorce and the passing of her daughter Zinathi.

Nhlanhla Nciza

Nhlah  Luvuyo.Since I couldn’t sleep 2nd night in a row, I decided to write a young” open love letter to my son Luvuyo”.  Learn more

Source: Celebsnow