Shauwn Mkhize remembers her late mother in heartfelt SM post

Shauwn Mkhize remembers her late mother in heartfelt SM post

- Shauwn Mkhize has remembered her mother in a heartfelt social media post

- The flamboyant businesswoman dedicated her whole Thursday to her mom whom she described as a role model

- The reality TV star also encouraged her fans to cherish their mothers while they are still alive

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Shauwn Mkhize has penned a heartfelt post to her late mother. The flamboyant businesswoman took to social media on Thursday, 30 July to share with her followers how much she misses her mom.

The reality TV star shared that she became emotional when she came across an old photo of her mom. MamMkhize, as she is affectionately known by her friends, dedicated Thursday to her dearest mommy.

"I would like to dedicate today to my mom, my role model, rock, mentor, qhawekazi lami. I wish I could be half of what you were. I love you and miss you a lot I wish God could have given us more time with you, may your soul rest in peace."

The star said she will forever be grateful to her mom for everything that she taught her. Shauwn encouraged her followers who still have their mothers to cherish them.

"I live for you and try very hard to make sure that the footprints that you created will forever exist... Those who still have their mothers please cherish them."

READ ALSO: Ntsiki Mazwai throws shade at Connie Ferguson's acting skills

Shauwn Mkhize remembers her late mother in heartfelt SM post

Shauwn Mkhize has remembered her late mother in heartfelt social media post. Image: @kwa_mammkhize
Source: Instagram

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Lerato 'Zah' Moloi has paid a moving tribute to her late mother, veteran actress Candy Moloi, 67. Zah went through emotions when she spoke at her mother's memorial service on Thursday, 30 July.

Candy, who played the role of Vho-Makhadzi on Muvhango, passed away in a Pretoria hospital on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. Zah, who is an actress on Rhythm City, broke down when she spoke about her mother during the ceremony.

The service was held under strict protocols due to the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown. Only close friends and family attended it. Zah said her mother "fought like a trooper" throughout her life but in the end she was really tired of fighting. Her funeral will take place on Sunday.

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel