- Siya Kolisi has paid tribute to the late Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, who passed away recently
- Kolisi posted a powerful video of Zindzi and captioned it with an equally powerful message
- Siya Kolisi is using his voice increasingly to raise awareness of the plight of many South Africans who face increasing challenges on a daily basis
Siya Kolisi has reacted to the news that Zindzi Mandela passed away by sharing a powerful video of her on Instagram, paying tribute to the daughter of Nelson Mandela.
Briefly.co.za has learned that Kolisi has become increasingly involved in South Africa's political scene by helping those in need and sharing news of powerful people doing amazing things.
He captioned the video with the following:
"Now more than ever your words ring loud in my heart. May I live up to the invitation and call to speak up and make room for what is right in this nation and this world.
"May this generation hold on to this charge to be brave and to speak up and never cower back into silence for the sake of our future and our children. Uphumle ngolona lwamnandi uxolo. Ulale emandleni kaYehova MaDlomo, Sophithso, Yem-Yem, Ngqolomsila."
Here are some reactions from South African social media users:
"Thanks you sir, you're indeed a great man to be called, I never expected this from you sir I assure you that I will bring more clients to you because of what you have done in my life. I promise to let the world know what you've done today in my life, I will keep sharing the good news sir."
"Eish - life is short. Every second counts. You can make a difference! Just do it."
"Profound and simple. What an impact."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier in the week about the passing of Zindzi Mandela as well as some interesting information about the amazing woman and her work for South Africa, following in her father, Nelson Mandela's footsteps.
When the news broke, Briefly.co.za reported that Zindziswa 'Zindzi' Mandela passed away suddenly aged 59, according to the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
The daughter of struggle veterans Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela had served as an SA Ambassador to Denmark.
Mandela leaves behind four children and her husband. Zindzi was a political activist and helped fight the oppressive apartheid regime. foundation.html
In other news about our rugby hero, Briefly.co.za reported that Siya Kolisi will soon be releasing an autobiography.
Kolisi's story is an inspirational tale of a young man from humble beginnings rising above the challenges of life to win success. He has become a role model for kids of all races across South Africa and has become a national hero now when we need one.
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