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Shaleen Surtie-Richards to be laid to rest

The veteran stage and screen actress was granted a Category 2 Special Provincial Funeral.
Shaleen Surtie-Richards to be laid to rest

Legendary actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards will be laid to rest on Sunday.

Earlier this week President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the actress will be given a Category 2 Special Provincial Funeral.

The service will be held in Durbanville, Cape Town on Sunday afternoon.

In the Western Cape flags are flying at half mast in honour of the veteran stage and screen actress.

Arts and Culture Minister, Nathi Mtwethwa and his Western Cape counterpart, Anroux Marais, joined family representatives in Durbanville this morning for a flag raising ceremony at a local police station.

Surtie-Richards died at a guest house in Cape Town on Monday at the age of 66.

 

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