- Ntombi Mzolo’s whole world recently came crashing down after suddenly having to say goodbye to her baby girl
- Taking to social media with a heavy heart, Ntombi announced the shocking passing of her 3-year-old daughter
- Hearing the news, fans, friends and family took to social media to show their love and support to Ntombi
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Mzansi presenter Ntombi Mzolo’s heart has broken into a thousand pieces after losing her baby girl. No one can ever explain the pain of losing a child.
Ntombi’s daughter was just three years old. Taking to social media on Thursday evening, 16 September 2021, Ntombi announced the passing of her tiny princess, reported TimesLIVE.
In an emotion-filled post, Ntombi shared a picture of her beautiful baby, letting the world know “heaven has gained another angel.”
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Hearing the heart-shattering news, fans, friends and family took to social media to show Ntombi their support. They cannot even begin to imagine what she is going through.
Ah, momma, deepest condolences.
“I love you ❤️”
“My sweet little angel, rest easy baby ”
@tumi_morake showed support:
“I am so so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in our prayers sisi”
@chefsiphogourmetfood expressed condolences:
“So sorry for your loss. Wanga u Thixo anganipha amandla nomelele ”
@zamadlamin was shook:
“No this can't be I'm so sorry sisi. I can't imagine the pain you in right now!! I have a 3 year old and this cuts deep. May God give you the strength to carry this. Oh kodwa Jehovah intando yakho ibuhlungu sometimes ”
Connie Ferguson returns to work, cast and crew excited: "The Sho must go on"
Connie Ferguson has returned to work. The Queen actress and producer took a break from filming after her hubby, Shona Ferguson, passed away, reported Briefly News.
The star's loving husband succumbed to Covid-19 complications on 30 July. He died at the Milpark hospital in Gauteng. Connie has been mourning him ever since and has now decided to go back on set. Uncle Sho was also the producer of the show.
Connie took to Instagram on Tuesday, 14 September and shared a video she took while on set of the Mzansi Magic telenovela, according to ZAlebs. She was walking around filming the cast and crew members while they were busy shooting a scene at a parking lot.