Shona Ferguson

Actor Shona Ferguson’s cause of death after heart surgery

Shona Ferguson’s cause of death has brought tears to many fans after the 47-year-old actor passed away on 30 July 2021. May he rest in peace.

Connie Ferguson’s husband, Shona Ferguson, died Friday afternoon at Milpark private hospital in Johannesburg. Days before his death, it was reported that he was in a critical condition in ICU after undergoing heart surgery.

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His family is yet to release an official statement after his death, but news of his death has gone viral on social media, but some fans find it unbelievable.

The media mogul was admitted last week after suffering from chest pains. It was later discovered that he had heart problems and he underwent a major heart operation. A source to the family confirmed the matter.

“I can confirm that he just died. Connie is busy with the funeral arrangements,” said the source.

Attempts to solicit comments from Connie drew a blank as her phone, understandably,  just rang unanswered.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Shona was on a ventilator in ICU and his condition had recently worsened. According to the source, a group of specialists had performed a heart operation.

According to another person close to the Fergusons, Shona, who was admitted more than a week ago, is in a restricted area accessible only to doctors and only a few select nurses. According to another source close to the situation, Shona was fine before he started complaining about chest pains and not being able to breathe properly.

According to the source, they took it lightly because Shona is a fit and healthy guy who leads a healthy lifestyle. Little did they know that the situation would turn bad.

Ferguson, whose full name was Aaron Arthur Ferguson, was born on 30 April 1974 in Gaborone, Botswana. He was an actor, producer, and co-founder of Ferguson Films – best known as Jerry Maake.

During the first years of his career, he worked in Lesotho as a club DJ at The Palace Hotel Night Club in 1992. After moving back to Botswana, he worked as a salesman and tried his best to become a successful businessman, where he won multiple achievement awards.

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