The Life And Death Of Candy Moloi – Lerato Moloi’s Mother And What Became Of Her Family.


The late Candy Moloi was known by many to be a renowned South African actress who made a remarkable career in the movie industry of South Africa.

She was the mother of Lerato Moloi, a young South African actress who has also established herself in the movie industry.

The Birth And Career Journey of The Late Veteran Actress.

The late Candy Moloi was born on the 10th February, 1953 in Thohoyandou, Limpopo. She attended a community school in her town and achieved a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree.

Candy Moloi played several roles in different movies, but she was best known for her role as Vho-Makhadzi in Muvhango, which she played from 1997 to 2008.

Her Achievements And Net Worth Before Her Passage.

• She was a brand ambassador to many top brands.

• She involved in community programs to help South African regions gain access to better healthcare and education.

• Candy Moloi had an estimated net worth of $1 million as at 2020.

Candy Moloi Passed Away At The Age Of 67 After A Long Battle With Cancer.

In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic on 28th July, 2020, Candy Moloi was reported to had passed away.

Her family, the movie industry and the whole of South Africa were shocked to the news as they mourn with the bereaved family.

As a result of the covid-19 strict protocols and lockdown regulated by the president, only the family and closed relatives were allowed to pay their last respect to the award-winning Veteran actress.

The Devastating Experience Of Her Family After The Death.

Life has been very tough for the family of Candy Moloi, especially her daughter Lerato Zah Moloi, after the death of her mother.

Little or nothing is known about the late actress husband and other relatives.

However, Lerato Moloi who happened to be the only relative closer to her late mother, is endearing herself as she keeps entertaining her fans with her outstanding performance.

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