Entertainment And Film Industry Mourn Late Actress Anne Nhira
Studio 263 Actress Anne Nhira, who passed away at the tender age of 38 has the entire nation in mourning – with a flood of condolence messages pouring in from entertainers in the arts, music, and film industry. Anne Nhira is popularly known as Vimbai for her role on Studio 263 left many in shock due to the nature of her death as she sustained to injuries that took place during a mugging in South Africa.
Mentioned below are a handful of the condolence messages to trailblazing actress received from people within the entertainment industry,
Suluman Chimbetu – This is some sad piece of news.
Anne together with the cast of Studio 263 kept us entertained through their acting talent. What a sad loss. My condolences to the Nhira family and the Film industry. Rest in Peace Vimbai Jari.
Mai TT – Rest in peace my sister, I always rushed to finish whatever I will be doing just to sit and watch studio 263because you made it very interesting.
Nomathemba Primrose Ndebele – Death of Actress Anne Nhira is shocking devastating and painful. I met her on few occasions. I didn’t know her at a personal level but she carried herself with great poise.
May her soul Rest In Peace
Temba Mliswa – Another sad loss to hit the arts & entertainment industry.My sincerest condolences to the family of the late Anne Nhira. In recognition of her contributions to the industry and March as Women’s month, isn’t she suitable to be made a Provincial Hero?
Oscar Pambuka – Go well my sister and may your soul rest in eternal peace.
Just a couple of days we were chatting and hey what a sad loss indeed.
You were violently attacked by robbers in South Africa and my heart is bleeding.
Your epic days at Studio 263 made me appreciate the diversity in us all.
#OscarPambuka ndini wacho.
Madam Boss – Vimbai shuwa amana kah. I wished kukuona hangu in real life ma appointments achingo chinja tichipesana vasikana bhooo here. Why nhai ende ndarwadziwa nhai nhai veduwee kani. Saka Anne Nhira atofa soo.
Zandile Zaza Ndlovu – Waking up to the sad news of the passing of Anne Nhira.
One of Zimbabwe’s first tv soapie stars. A go-getter whose life was tragically cut short after sustaining injuries from a robbery attempt as stated by her brother. We will remember her for her acting and film production prowess. and what we used to tease her as musalad wemu ghetto. She will be dearly missed. Rest In Power Anne.
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