- Former Mamelodi Sundowns player Anele Ngconcga has died at age 33 in the early hours of Monday morning
- According to reports, Ngcongca died after a horrific crash in KwaZulu-Natal
- Meanwhile, soccer fans and South Africans have reacted sadly to the news of the footballer's passing online
Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Anele Ngcongca passed away in the early hours of Monday morning, 23 November after being involved in a car crash in KwaZulu-Natal. Ngcongca was only 33 years old at the time of his death.
It is unclear whether or not Ngcongca had been travelling with passengers as further information surrounding his death has not yet been revealed to the public.
Meanwhile, taken-aback soccer fans and South Africans have headed to social media to share their thoughts on the soccer star's passing. Many of them have also shared messages of support and condolences with his family.
Read a few of their comments below.
"Death has no shame."
"Shocking indeed Minister, now fix your roads."
"Anele Ngcongca ban yoh go boima. RIP to him, he was a good left back."
"RIP. It's time soccer players are given advanced driving courses by their car sponsors... bathong every 3 years we lose them."
"We have a big problem with our players dying in car accidents. How can we avoid this. May his soul rest. Love and peace."
"May his soul rest in peace."
Last week Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi has been left reeling at the news of local singer Mshoza passing away. The media personality, whose real name is Nomasonto Maswangayi, allegedly passed on in a hospital in Joburg on Thursday morning.
The details of her death had not yet been released at the time of publishing. Her passing was first announced by industry peers such as Khanyi Mbau and Phil Phela.
It was later confirmed by the Daily Sun. The 37-year old hitmaker of Kortez leaves behind a colourful legacy in the Mzansi music industry.
"Mshoza was one of the musicians and friends who always believed in herself and stayed true to herself. And as a Kwaito musician, she had strong character, she made me believe in myself and gave me a lot of courage towards my craft as a Kwaito artist and a friend.
"She taught me that as a person, you should stand for something or else you will die for everything. She will forever be a Kwaito godmother. May her soul rest in peace," said a close friend of Mshoza's.
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