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Next her untimely dying on Monday early morning, MultiChoice, M-Net and kykNET swiftly scheduled a big Tv tribute 7 days for Shaleen Surtie-Richards that will incorporate an as-however-untitled documentary on M-Net and the broadcast of her iconic Fiela se Form film this coming weekend.
In a joint assertion, M-Net, kykNET and MultiChoice’s DStv says: “It is with great unhappiness that we verify the information that Shaleen Surtie Richards (66) has handed absent. We mourn the decline of a legend of stage and display. She will endlessly be remembered for iconic roles like Nenna in Egoli and Fiela Komoetie in Fiela se Form. Surtie-Richards also conquered hearts across the region with her Fleur du Cap-winning overall performance as Shirley Valentine.
“With her job as Fiela in the ultimate several years of Apartheid, Surtie-Richards started out to bridge the racial divide involving Afrikaans speakers from various backgrounds. She was beloved by all. Our ideas are with her spouse and children and close friends during this tough time.”
Right here are the Tv specials presently planned:
- Hannes aan Huis experienced already recorded and pre-scheduled an job interview with Shaleen Surtie-Richards before her untimely passing, and it will be broadcast this 7 days on 8 June at 21:00 on kykNET (DStv a hundred and forty four).
- On Wednesday, 8 June KLOP! on kykNET & Kie (DStv one hundred forty five) will also do a exclusive programme, remembering Shaleen Surtie-Richards.
- M-Net (DStv 101) will broadcast a exclusive documentary about Shaleen Surtie-Richards this coming weekend the broadcasting date and time will have to nevertheless be verified.
- Fiela se Form will be broadcast on Friday, eleven June on fliekNET (DStv 149) at twenty:00.
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