In a better place with gogo: Woman dreams of her late gogo - and then her daughter dies

In a better place with gogo: Woman dreams of her late gogo - and then her daughter dies

- Zanele dreamed of her late grandmother recently

- In the dream, her gogo asked to lie on the bed with Zanele's 2-year-old daughter

- Two days later, her daughter passed away

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A devastated mom in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, believes that a dream about her late grandmother is connected to her daughter's death.

Zanele Dlamini dreamed about her gogo, who passed away in 2015, Briefly.co.za gathered.

In the dream, her gogo asked to lie on the bed with Zanele's two-year-old daughter. She also asked Zanele to sleep on the floor.

Zanele (left) pictured with her mom, Nomathamsanqa Dlamini. Source: Daily Sun

Zanele (left) pictured with her mom, Nomathamsanqa Dlamini. Source: Daily Sun

Speaking to Daily Sun, Zanele said she didn't understand what the dream meant. However, just two days later, her daughter Dieketseng passed away after being crushed by a neighbour's gate.

The grieving mom said:

I just have to accept that she’s in a better place with her great-grandmother.

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Zanele's mom, Nomathamsanqa, said she was at home when neighbours called her. She found Dieketseng injured but the ambulance took long to arrive.

Nomathamsanqa explained that her granddaughter often went to play with their neighbour's children. She added:

We don’t want to blame anyone. It was an accident.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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