Zindzi Mandela shares the moment between her parents before Tata died

Zindzi Mandela shares the moment between her parents before Tata died

Zindzi Mandela shared an interesting fact about her parents, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Nelson Mandela

- She spoke of the moment when her father, Madiba, passed on

- She also cautioned that not everything has been exposed to public media

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Nelson and Winnie's daughter, Zindzi has reiterated that not everything is shared in the media. Many people believe that just because her parents were divorced, they were not that close. Nelson Mandela had remarried, but he and his former wife, the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, still shared a special bond.

Zindzi was replying to a social media user when he wrote: “If CODESA meant divorcing mam’Winnie to Mandela, I hope he made peace before his death. What a loss money can’t buy.

Zindzi wrote: “When Tata took his last breath, Mama was holding his hand. A fact that the media will not share with the public.

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Zindzi's tweet really touched many social media followers. Her tweet has 2.7k likes, 969 retweets and 103 comments.

Here are some of the comments from Zindzi's tweet:

But like every post on social media, you get the positive and negative sides to it. There was also a bunch of people who only had negative things to say. Take a look below:

But Zindzi knows how to handle them, which is what one tweep had said on the thread.

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A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Zindzi Mandela ticked off people when she shared her harsh and candid opinion on white South Africans on social media. Her tweets, which had the hashtag #OurLand, got a lot of attention.

Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson and Winnie, made waves again on social media for saying things not everyone was pleased with. Zindzi expressed her view on white South Africans.

She shared a series of tweets with the hashtag #OurLand, as reported on by The Citizen.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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