South African actresses died in Cancer

Here are 2 famous actresses from South Africa died in Cancer:

Busi Mhlongo

Busi Mhlongo (October 28, 1947 Inanda-June 15, 2010 Durban) a.k.a. Mhlongo, Busi or Victoria Busisiwe Mhlongo was a South African record producer, singer-songwriter, singer and actor.

Busi Mhlongo was known for fusing traditional Zulu music with contemporary styles such as jazz, funk, and rock. She rose to fame in the 1980s as a member of the band Twasa and went on to release several successful solo albums including "Urban Zulu" and "Freedom". Mhlongo was a strong advocate for women's rights and social justice, often addressing political and social issues in her music. She was also an accomplished stage actress, and starred in several productions in South Africa and abroad. Mhlongo continued to perform and tour globally until her death at the age of 62 in 2010. She remains a celebrated figure in the South African music industry and is remembered for her unique artistic contributions and activism.

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Yvonne Bryceland

Yvonne Bryceland (November 18, 1925 Cape Town-January 13, 1992 London) also known as Yvonne Heilbuth or Yvonne Brayceland was a South African actor.

She was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and began her acting career in her late teens. In 1946, she joined the Cape Performing Arts Board and later moved to England in the 1960s to pursue her acting career. Yvonne became well-known for her stage performances and was also a prolific television actor. She received critical acclaim for her roles in several television dramas such as "The Fight Against Slavery" (1975) and "The Bass Player and the Blonde" (1978). She also made appearances in films, including "The Shout" (1978) and "Quest for Love" (1971). In 1980, she won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the play "Clouds." Yvonne continued acting until her death in 1992, and we remember her as a talented and versatile actor.

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