Dlanga shares moving letter from mom to late brother: 'Go well my son'

Dlanga shares moving letter from mom to late brother: 'Go well my son'

- Khaya Dlanga's mother penned a touching letter to his late brother

- Dlanga's revealed that the letter was read out by his cousin

- The love for her son is evident in the mother's emotional letter

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Khaya Dlanga translated a message that was read his brother Nganga's funeral. The touching letter was written by his mother and read out by his cousin.

Originally in Xhosa, Khaya translated the letter after a number of people asked him to share it with them.

He captioned the post with an explanation:

"My mother wrote a letter to Nganga and my cousin read it at the memorial service. It was in Xhosa. A number of people asked for a translation because we live-streamed his memorial service. This is that letter. ❤️"

The letter is heart-wrenching and really drives home the love the Ngana's mother had for him.

"Go well my son. Go well my young son. Your mother loves you.

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"Your siblings loved you very much and they were always complementing everything about you."

Briefly.co.za found that the moving letter provides an tragic insight into the relationship between mother and son. She revealed that she knew in some way that their time together would be short.

"Perhaps part of you knew that we would part ways soon enough..."

The most touching part of the letter is the final line.

"Sleep well Diba, you are tired, the pain of this world has exhausted you."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on the news that Khaya's brother had passed away.

Khaya Dlanga has shared some heartbreaking news with Mzansi on 14 March, revealing that his brother had passed away.

Sharing the situation in an emotional post, the former YouTuber and author commented that:

"My dear brother, Nganga, whom I loved very much is no longer with us. I never imagined this day would come."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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