Sidloyi was seriously injured following the crash on the N2 highway near the Langa off-ramp, and later died.
Cape Town Metro police spokesperson Inspector Maxine Jordaan confirmed that the incident had taken place on Friday.
“Three serious injuries had been reported at the time of the crash,” Jordaan told The Citizen.
“Two people in the BMW were injured, as well as the driver of the Peugeot.”
Video footage, uploaded onto YouTube by Alex Williamson, shows theBMW appear from the extreme left lane, clipping the front of a silver Kia Picanto as it makes its way across the highway, close to the Langa off-ramp.
The BMW then slams into the concrete barrier in the middle of the highway, sending one of the passengers flying into the air, before stopping.
Sidloyi, a 27-year-old actor from Gugulethu, had been a passenger with three other people in his BMW which was being driven by a friend at the time.
Sidloyi was best known for his starring role in the feature film The Good Man.
His friends took to Facebook to express their condolences.
Msuthu Maphanga Makubalo said: “I was an MC, you were a dancer. We traveled SA. One december, I told u am looking for a job….u ended up giving me one of your gigs, cos u had another one cos u were so DAMN talented, friend. May you rest in peace. Brother. May your family find solace in that, u came, saw- Conqured. #REST”.
Ntombehlubi Lele Dike said: “I can’t believe that you are gone. This is just too wrong. My Big Brother, I’ll never forget how you made me laugh and tease me at times cause I didn’t understand your Jokes. You were our light in the dark. RIP we’ll never forget you”.
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