- Zahara took to social media to sadly reveal that she recently lost her big brother
- The award-winning musician shared pictures from the funeral and expressed her sadness over the loss
- Although she did not reveal the cause of death, the pictures showed that the brother was a soldier
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The year 2020 is showing no mercy and has claimed yet another life. Zahara took to social media to reveal that she has lost her big brother. The musician shared a picture of a sombre-looking funeral service over the weekend.
The Loliwe hitmaker revealed that she lost her big brother recently. She took to Instagram to share a picture from the funeral.
Although she did not go into detail about the cause of death, it was clear that she was mourning his loss greatly. Pictures from the funeral also revealed that the big brother was a soldier.
She captioned the picture with crying emojis and said:
"My big brother's funeral today."
Masks and social distancing were practised in the dignified-looking ceremony. Many social media users flooded the comments with words of comfort. Instagram user ezile_ntlebi said:
"His soul rests perfectly in Aghulhus with other soldiers foH there is no heaven or Hell for those who who sacrificed being normal and chose to fight for his nation. THUS FAR THE LORD HAS LED US."
"Condolences to you, family and friends. We are all in same situation these days. Be strong."
"No - my sincere condolences."
"Condolences to you and your family Yhoo hayi maaaan."
"Condolences dear, hugs and prayers."
Briefly.co.za wishes healing to Zahara and her grieving family. May he rest in peace.
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In similarly heartbreaking news, die-hard Orlando Pirates fan, Mandla 'Mgijimi' Sindane, has suddenly passed away and he will be leaving a gap in the fanbase that no one can fill.
Sindane reportedly died in his sleep, according to a statement by his brother on behalf of the bereaved family.
He died on Monday evening but his body was only discovered the following day after he spent the night alone at home.
Robert Marawa was amongst many to pay tribute to the late superfan on social media. The sports personality wrote: "He loved his football so much... He dearly loved his @orlandopirates with all his heart and would travel countrywide to watch his beloved team! It won't be the same skhokho! It won't! Hamba kahle "MGIJIMI!"
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