Khaya Dlanga celebrates hope: "My 96 year old gogo survived Covid"

Khaya Dlanga celebrates hope: "My 96 year old gogo survived Covid"

- Khaya Dlanga recently headed to Twitter to share a heartfelt post about his grandma who survived Covid-19

- In the post, Dlanga explains that the 96-year-old recently came out victorious after battling the virus, however, she is burying her son

- Many people loved the positive news, a lot of them also shared messages of support and encouragement in the comment section

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Khaya Dlanga recently headed to Twitter to share a heartfelt post about his 96-year-old gogo who beat Covid-19. In the post, he describes the wonderful news as a "glimmer of hope." Sadly he goes on to say that the gogo will be burying her son.

"Amongst all the bad news we have been getting as a family, there is a glimmer of hope, my 96-year-old gogo survived Covid. Tomorrow, we lay her son to rest," he wrote in the bittersweet Twitter post.
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Meanwhile, his followers and fans seemed to have his back Many of them headed to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement. Read a few of their thoughtful tweets below.

@thabbssa said:

"The love I have for umakhulu . My granddad is 79 this year. We thank God for the gift that is his life. We’re loving him from a distance for now for his good... we trust God that He’ll make it possible for us to reunite...without fear."

Responding to the clip that Dlanga included with his tweet, @monima281 said:

"Grandma is singing with so much passion and conviction, let his mercy always be with us"
Khaya Dlanga celebrates hope: "My 96 year old gogo survived Covid"

Khaya Dlanga shared that his grandma had beat Covid-19. Images: @KhayaDlanga
Source: Twitter

In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, South African gospel giant Sipho Makhabane has won his battle against the dreaded Covid-19. Speaking during a recent interview, the gospel star spoke about how he had overcome Covid-19 by adhering to all the rules and safety regulations.

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According to Big Fish, as he is affectionately referred to by his many adoring fans, he suspects that he may have contracted the virus while he was performing at various churches in Durban over the festive season.

Soon thereafter he started feeling all of the usual Covid-19 symptoms which drove him to get tested, and much to his dismay the test came out positive, sending him into an immediate self-quarantine.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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