- Local woman Zandile Izibusiso has shared her pain with Mzansi after losing her mom
- Izibusiso revealed that she had lost her mother on Saturday morning, a massive blow
- She had been planned to gift 'Momza' a sweet ride next year, showing the depth of her love and the plans that have been cut short
Losing your parent is a fear we all have and eventually need to face head-on, unfortunately.
This sorrowful moment has become reality for Zandile Izibusiso, who took to social media to share her pain:
"I lost my mom this morning. I'm so numb."
2020 Has been one of the most difficult years yet for many and this burden has come so close to the hopeful end of the struggle.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Zandile had been planning to spoil her mom with a new ride next year, adding more sorrow to the already sad situation:
"Told Momza I plan to give her this baby early next year. Mo’girl is already giving me instructions, Ts & Cs on how and when to drive this car."
So many people don't realize their deep love and need for their parents until its too late, but at least it seems that Zandile managed to love her mom deeply while she was still alive.
Take a look at the responses to the post, which quickly went viral below:
@iamGiftedStill: "My condolences to you and your family, Zandile."
@end_corrupt: "So sorry for your loss condolences."
@ManieFabio1: "Such a beautiful soul. Heal mababy heal."
@SizweMzobe2: "Aw sori mtasekhaya xola kuze naye ahambe ndlela enhle azi your strong zolibamba ikhaya qina mtase. Ngithe NGINENTOMBI!"
@mluxulu12: "Condolences Nkosazane. Exactly three weeks ago, I walked te same path. May you heal and ukhale ugijima such that uMama rests in peace. Ensure that everything is sorted out for her. Be grateful that you got to live with her at a mature age and fully understand her desires ngawe."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has reached out to remind SA of the risk amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
While many are gearing up to celebrate the festive season, Mboweni's family is mourning the loss of one of their own.
Taking to social media, the Minister said that the virus had hit home for his family commenting that:
"When Covid-19 comes home, it is not a far away thing. So one of my nephews succumbed to this virus this morning. It is a terrible thing. Young fellow. Please let us look after one another."
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