Who is Busi Lurayi?
Busi Lurayi was a well-known South African actress. She was a promising South African actress who was on the right track.
Busi Lurayi was born in Thembisa, Gauteng, as Busisiwe Lurayi. She was an actress from South Africa. Lurayi had developed acting skills while in school. Sources also claims Lurayi had worked in the entertainment sector since she was a college student. There are no other information regarding her biography.
Age and Birthday
Busi Lurati died on July 10, 2022, in Guateng. She was 35 years old at the time.
Mziwoxolo Qwelane was Busi Lurayi’s spouse. Although there aren’t many public details about her partner, we do know she married him before 2020. Busi’s spouse filed for divorce in 2019 and claimed she had stolen from him. Busi faced a number of challenges after being accused of stealing.
She divorced later in the year. She gave birth to their daughter, Ayana Qwelane, with her ex-husband. Busi was granted custody of her daughter after the divorce, with whom she lived happily until her death.
As of when she was alive, Busi Lurayi had an estimated net worth of $1 million..
Busi Lurayi death
Busi Lurati died in Guateng on July 10, 2022. We don’t know what caused death. She was 35 at the time.
Busi Lurayi is a South African actor who is best known for playing Phumzile on the SABC1 sitcom City Ses’la (from 2005 to 2006 and again in 2010) and its spin-off series Ses’Top La.
For her part as Phumzile, she won the first-ever South African Film and Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Comedy.
After the first season, Lurayi left the show, and Thuli Thabethe took her place. She then joined the cast of the ITV drama series Wild At Heart, which stars Amanda Holden from Kiss Me Kate and is about a British family that moves to a game reserve in South Africa.
In the second season of the show, Lurayi plays Thandi, a teacher who teaches the kids at home. She is listed as a part of the supporting cast.
In 2010, for the fourth and last season of City Ses’la, she played Phumzile again. Then, in 2012, a new show called Ses’Top La was made about her character.
According to sources, in May 2006, she was a guest star on the hospital drama series ER. In the episode “There Are No Angels Here” (Season 12, Episode 20), she played Sittina.
In the SABC1 drama Sokhulu & Partners, she has played the lead part of Winnie Molepo, a lawyer who works for the Sokhulu brothers, since 2008.
Fast forward to November 2011, she joined the cast of the SABC1 soap opera Generations as Swazi Lukhele, the wife of David Lukhele who was a celebrity and was getting a divorce.
According to sources, In 2012, she was a major character on the Mzansi Magic comedy show S.I.E.S., where she played the head of the government’s inept Social Impact and Empowerment Strategy department.
She was the host of the M-Net game show Million Rand Money Drop in 2013, and she played Phumzile again in the second season of Ses’Top La in 2014.
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