- Lasizwe Dambuza shared the news about the tragic passing of his father on social media on Sunday
- Dambuza says he is confused as well as shattered by the news
- His father was his last parent who was alive as his mother passed too, meaning he has lost both his parents
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Social media personality Lasizwe Dambuza took to social media this morning to share very saddening news. Lasizwe announced to his followers on social media that his father had passed away.
Sharing two pictures of him with his father, Lasizwe expressed his emotions by saying he is confused and shattered by the news.
"My last alive parent, my dad has passed on. I am numb and so confused! I am shattered! First my mom, now my dad!" he said.
Lasizwe went on to say in his post that he does not know how to feel. He has lost both his parents and has said he has no idea how to say both his parents are deceased.
Condolences came pouring in for Lasizwe with different users commenting under his post with the tragic news.
@innomatijane commented: "My sincere deepest condolences. Sending you love and light."
@Iam_Kardas said: "They may no longer be on earth, but believe me, they are both alive in the spirit. They will nurture you & guide you on the right path. Don't see this as God's way of punishing you. Stay strong and focus on what's ahead. My sincerest consolations to you and your family."
@_zinhle_zwane commented: "Losing your parents is hard especially the moment you realise they are both gone.Take some time off social media. It's hard at the beginning but God does carry one through such pain. I won't lie, the pain will always be. Am sorry love. Be strong ❤"
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a woman who was grateful for her landlord looking after her. Constance Gololo Montja took to Facebook and shared her story in the group #ImStaying. She revealed that when she was studying to become an attorney, Mr SP Van Zyl let her stay at his flat for only R1500 a month.
She said normally, flats in that area are rented out for R3500 - R4000. She only met him once, when she signed the lease agreement.
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