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    Maduvha Madima pays tribute to the late actress, Candy Moloi

    Maduvha Madima pays tribute to the late actress, Candy Moloi

    The death of actress Candy Moloi has taken a lot of her fans and other celebrities by surprise.

    However, a lot of people gathered together to send wishes to the beautiful actress.

    Maduvha Madima took to Instagram to paid tribute to her “anchor” and “life coach”.

    Candy, best known for her role as Vho-Makhadzi on the SABC2 soapie Muvhango, died in a Pretoria hospital on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer.

    She was 67.

    Posting a video of Candy, the actress and musician wrote:

    “Love personified. My anchor, my unconventional life coach. My ‘Akadzhiiiii’, my ‘Rocky’. Thank you for all the life lessons.”

    She thanked Candy for always looking out for her, and said the veteran actress believed in her when others didn’t.

    “Thank you for all the work you’d book me for. Thank you for being an amazing acting or voice-over colleague. Thank you for the jokes (I can’t share). Thank you for encouraging me to do better/be better.”

    She revealed that Candy would sometimes chastise her, but was always loving and encouraged her to do her best.

    “Thank you for the 1-2 hours calls which would always end with you saying ‘I love you’ all the time. You loved me, no doubt.”

    “I remember the one time when you said to me ‘thi ni luvheledzi tshithu Duvhikie, ndi tou ni funa’ (‘I don’t want anything from you Duvhikie, I just love you’).”

    Maduvha shared a quote that summed up their friendship, and said Candy would always be missed.

    “‘Don’t expose yourself to anyone unnecessarily. Fight your battles in private and celebrate your victories in private too’. Mukondeleli Candy Moloi, I will miss you. ‘Rocky, my Akadzhiii’. Till we meet again, ndi a vha funa.”

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    Love personified. My anchor,my unconventional life coach. My "Akadzhiiiii", my "Rocky". Thank you for all the life lessons. Thank you for always being my "one stop shop" either for food, health products, you name it, you'd always refer me to the best suppliers. Thank you for all the work you'd book me for, thank you for being an amazing acting or voice over colleague. Thank you for the jokes🤣😅(I can't share). Thank you for encouraging me to do better / be better, thank you for chastising me and for teaching me to be independent. Thank you for the beautiful music we shared.Thank you for the 1-2 hours calls which would always end with you saying " I love you " all the time.You loved me, no doubt. I remember the one time when you said to me "thi ni luvheledzi tshithu Duvhikie, ndi tou ni funa"(I don't want anything from you Duvhikie, I just love you). "Don't expose yourself to anyone unnecessarily. Fight your battles in private and celebrate your victories in private too." Mukondeleli Candy Moloi. I will miss you "Rocky, my Akadzhiii ".Till we meet again, ndi a vha funa. #ripcandymoloi

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    An intimate memorial service was held for Candy on Thursday, attended by close friends and family.

    A second memorial service will be held in Candy’s hometown of Thohoyandou in Limpopo ahead of her funeral on Sunday.

    All ceremonies will take place under strict Covid-19 restrictions.

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