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Shaka iLembe star dies

Teboho Mahlatsi, the renowned writer, producer, and director, known for co-creating the successful SABC series Yizo Yizo and his involvement in Bomb Productions, has passed away at the age of 49. His family released a statement announcing his untimely demise in 2023, and requested privacy to mourn and cope with the tragic loss. The cause of his death remains unknown.

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Teboho Mahlatsi’s career spanned various creative projects. He worked as a screenwriter and gained recognition as a TV commercial director.

He co-created the controversial and highly successful youth drama series Yizo Yizo, which aired for three seasons on SABC1. His debut short film, Portrait of a Young Man Drowning, received the Silver Lion prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1999. He was also involved in directing music videos and producing documentaries.

Cant believe he wont get to see his creation Shaka Ilembe come to life!
Tebs – you were not just talented & a visionary; but your heart was beautiful beyond measure.
Will miss our annual lunches & conversations about growing old & hoping to be wiser with age. #TebohoMahlatsi

Teboho Mahlatsi’s contributions extended to projects such as Shaka iLembe, A-Z: A Commentary on post-Apartheid South Africa, Meokgo and the Stick Fighter, and Meet South Africa. He served as a writer on Isibaya and was involved in the development and creation of the series Angel’s Song. Additionally, he produced and directed films like For Love and Broken Bones and Back of the Moon.

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  • Gather the required documents mentioned below: From Guarantor:
    • Nedbank transactional account as their main account (If they don’t have one, assistance can be provided to open an account quickly).South African identity document or ID card.Proof of current residential address for FICA (Financial Intelligence Centre Act) purposes.Marital status declaration.Latest payslip.Three months bank statement (if non-Nedbank client).Income and expenditure statement.
  • From Applicant:
    • Latest exam results.
    • Proof of registration at a South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)-accredited tertiary institution.
    • Invoice or statement for university fees, textbooks, and accredited campus or university accommodation only.
    • Letter of necessity for any study-related equipment.
    • Co-habitation form (obtained from a branch) for FICA purposes.
    • Unlocked.Me Student Account (to be opened after approval of the student loan application).
  • Visit your nearest Nedbank branch along with your guarantor and the required documents.
  • At the branch, apply for the Nedbank Student Loan. Each year of study requires a new application, subject to credit and affordability assessment.
  • If you are a full-time student, you will need a guarantor to support your application. The guarantor will be responsible for interest repayments during your studies.
  • After your application is approved, an Unlocked. Me Student Account and a student loan account will be opened for you.
  • Repayment options:
    • If you are a full-time student or still undergoing an internship or articles, your guarantor will only pay back the interest on your loan.
    • Repayment of the loan starts once your studies are complete.
    • Optional competitive credit life cover is available for death or disablement.
    • Part-time students need to make both interest and capital repayments while studying.
  • It’s important to note that if you do not complete your studies, you will still be required to pay back the loan, including the capital and interest, in monthly installments.

Please remember to consult with Nedbank directly or visit their website HERE for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the application process, loan features, repayment options, and any additional requirements or guidelines.

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