Lebogang Mpyana, a talented actress who captivated audiences with her performances on Mzansi Magic’s “Diep City”, tragically passed away on Wednesday after a brief illness. Her compelling performances had viewers riveted to their screens, making her a beloved figure in the world of entertainment. Lebogang Mpyana’s top moments on screen.

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The heartbreaking news was confirmed by Lebogang’s family in a statement shared on her timeline. The family requested for thoughts and prayers during this time of bereavement and promised to share details of the memorial service and funeral at a later date.

Remembering Lebogang

Lebogang was best known for her portrayal of the character ‘Khelina’ on “Diep City”. Her undeniable talent shone through in her performances, earning her widespread recognition and admiration.

A Tribute from Black Brain Pictures

Black Brain Pictures, the production company behind “Diep City”, paid tribute to Lebogang in a statement. They described her as an extraordinary individual who fearlessly pushed boundaries and defied expectations with her talent. Her portrayal of ‘Khelina’ touched the lives of countless viewers, capturing hearts and minds with her remarkable performances. Through her character, she became a symbol of strength, resilience, and determination, transcending barriers and shattering stereotypes.

Mandla N, the creative director at Black Brain Pictures, expressed his sorrow at the loss of Lebogang. He had the pleasure of directing her on “DiepCity” and other campaigns. He described Lebogang as an amazing actress and a consummate professional. He concluded his tribute by saying that she will be sorely missed and wished for her soul to rest in peace.

Lebogang Mpyana’s top moments on screen


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