Throwing executive and operator, Moonyeenn Lee has died at 76 years old due to Covid-19 complexities.
Moonyeenn's throwing organization, Moonyeenn Lee Associates (MLA), affirmed the updates on her passing by means of an announcement it shared on Facebook on Sunday, 19 July.
"The South African film industry has lost a symbol and an imposing hero of expressions of the human experience. She will be woefully missed by every one of us," read the announcement.
Be that as it may, Moonyeenn went through 47 years in the film business.
She dealt with the throwing of the Oscar-winning film Tsotsi just as took a shot at the Oscar-assigned Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, Blood Diamond and numerous others.
South African performers have taken to web based life to communicate bitterness and to send their sympathies to Moonyeenn's loved ones.
Dr John Kani, who was as of late granted a privileged doctorate by the esteemed Wits University, wrote: "My operator, old buddy, my sister spent away the previous evening. Tear Moonyeenn Lee.
I genuinely have no words to communicate anguish. Much obliged to you for everything. Senior."
Actress Terry Pheto said: “My dearest Moon, your passing has left me absolutely devastated. Nothing in the world could have prepared me for this loss. Thank you for the love, wisdom and guidance; for being a mother figure and a friend for almost two decades. May your soul rest in perfect peace.”