- Award-winning Mzansi singer Zahara has revealed that she has lost yet another loved one
- The musician buried her big brother, who was a soldier, just a few weeks ago
- The star did not mention who her loved one was or what caused her death when she posted about it on social media
Zahara recently took to social media to share that she has lost another loved one. The award-winning songstress had buried her big brother just a few weeks ago.
The heartbroken star took to Instagram again to open up about losing people that are close to her "left and centre". The Loliwe hitmaker did not mention who the loved one was when she posted about the sad news. She only shared a pic of herself, which had a few crying emojis and a photo of two ladies singing. She captioned her post:
"Hamba kahle qhawekazi amandla ngawakho (Farewell heroine, power to you). Okay God me and you now, what’s wrong so we can say sorry. I’m losing people right and centre."
The musician's fans took to her comment section to share their condolences and comfort her in her difficult times.
"May God of all Grace grant you comfort and strength during this mourning season ebomini bakho (in your life), unfortunately mourning has no time frame, we carry and engrave them in our hearts until our last day."
"My condolences sisi."
"Who passed on now... Eish this is sad and sorry."
Briefly.co.za reported that the singer shared a picture of a sombre-looking funeral service a few weeks ago. She then revealed that she lost her big brother recently. 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.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi celebs have weighed in on the trending hashtag #Rakgadi following the recent memorial service drama that shook the entire country.
A woman identified as Rakgadi spilled the beans about her late brother's wife's infidelity at the service. Rakgadi was supposed to speak about her brother Lebogang Khitsane's business successes, but she decided to go after his wife in front of the mourners. Khitsane was a known tombstone maker.
Mzansi celebs took to social media to share their views following the sad story. Actress Masasa Mbangeni said:
"When his gorgeous daughter said, 'That's it', I knew it was on! I would have done the same for my mother. Even after years together in-laws treat our mothers in the most vile way when our fathers die. A sad South African story."
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