Busisiwe Lurayi dead, Television actress – busi Lurayi passed away – cause of death

BREAKING: Television actress BusisiweLurayi has died. According to the statement, she died in her house on Sunday. The reason for her death is still unknown. Lurayi, who’s a SAFTA winner, appeared in numerous films such as Sokhulu & Partners and Ses’Top La. #RIPBusiLurayi

On the passing of Busisiwe Lurayi. Busi did a stirling job at uplifting the SA arts industry. She was a phenomenal actress who applied herself for every role, ultimately entertaining South Africans, effortlessly. She will be missed, on and off screen. May she rest in peace

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Busi Lurayi is a South African actress who was sentenced to house arrest, fine of R48 000, and community service for two years. Her sentence was suspended for five years by the Randburg Magistrates Court. The actress, who used to be with Sokhulu and Partners, was sentenced to pay Mziwoxolo Qwelane R20 000 in installments of R1 000 each into his FNB account by December 5, and another R1 000 every month until she has paid the full amount. Lurayi and Qwelane were former partners.

Magistrate Pravina Rughoonandan ordered that Busi not use intoxicating liquor or any other substance that could be considered dependency-producing, during the entire time she is sentenced. She also has to do 16 hours of community service every week while under house arrest at her Randpark Ridge home, unless she is going to work, see a religious advisor, consult with medical professionals, or for other personal matters.

Busi can only stay in the magisterial districts of Johannesburg. Busi has to show that she has a job every quarter, and cannot commit a crime while still under correctional supervision. She has to report to her correctional officer within 48 hours of being released, and cannot change her home address or place of work without notifying the department of correctional services first. Busi must also attend programs such as life skills and responsibility training. The 35-year-old woman is considered to be at a high risk category by the department of correctional services.

Mziwoxolo thought there had been a break in at his home in the Eastern Cape, but when he checked the CCTV footage, he saw that his former girlfriend City Ses’la actress had entered the house illegally. He filed a case against her for stealing more than R 400 000 worth of items, which she was found guilty of in Randburg Magistrate Court in September 2017. Some of the items she stole included her ex-boyfriends Samsung fridge and TV, mattresses, a microwave, pots, bedding, a couch, a baby feeding chair, and a washing machine.