One of the Afrikaans common names of Erica cerinthoides is rooihaartjie (little red hair). As it happens, the hairs visible upon the red corollas in picture are white. Hairs are also visible on the leaf tips in picture.
The black dots in the flower mouths must be stigmas, the eight anthers are usually pale. The anthers are included in the flower mouth of this Erica while the style may be exserted or included. The stigma is capitate, meaning ending in a distinct compact head.
The dry flower on the left has lost the swollen shape typical of the corolla tubes in their prime (Baker and Oliver, 1967; Privett and Lutzeyer, 2010; Manning, 2007).