- Tobeka Madiba-Zuma has paid tribute to those who recently lost their lives
- She shared an emotional post on social media
- Her followers had messages of comfort
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Tobeka Madiba-Zuma took to social media to pay tribute to those who have passed away recently. The former First Lady expressed her pain over the recent high-profile losses that have rocked South Africa.
She said that the passing of former Idol's contestant Thami made her feel numb especially because she could relate to the pain as a mother. She also said that the nation has not recovered from the untimely passing of Uyinene Mrwetyana and Natasha Connabeer. Both women were high-profile missing persons cases before they were found dead.
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Tobeka's emotional post also remembered the mother who who laid to rest her four children who were murdered by their father.
"Life cut short by accidents on our roads also saw the country mourning the passing of Dr Cynthia Thandi Ndlovu. Bavelile nana, you had to leave us so sudden and so soon. Pres Mugabe, our African Hero go well and rest well."
She quoted a Bible scripture about how man will never know the time or hour that God calls the world to end. She shared a message of hope that all would be well for those who keep the faith. Her followers on Instagram also commented on her post with encouraging messages.
"Death is the only river that all of us must cross... may she Rest In Peace."
"Yaaah neh it’s very painful and unbelievable. We pray for her family and also those who lost their lives during this accident yesterday and we also pray for their families."
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"Dear God can we wake up to different news just for once..."
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