- Winnie Ntshaba had a beautiful tombstone unveiling for her late mother over the long weekend
- The actress lost her mother in 2017 and she had to rebuild her life after losing someone so important to her
- Winnie is grateful that her friends came to support her during the ceremony, including Sophie Lichaba
Mzansi actress Winnie Ntshaba lost her mother in 2017 and had a tombstone unveiling over the weekend to honour her. Winnie took to social media to share pictures from the event and also thanked her friends who came to support her. She captioned her post:
"Friends that become family. I have no words to express my gratitude to you! God my Father will reward you according to His riches in glory, you deserve a heavenly reward."
Winnie said that she's happy that her friends came to support and she knows that her mother would be happy to have them there.
Losing a parent is not easy and when Winnie lost her mother, she took time off the industry to focus on her healing.
The actress decided to focus on strengthening her relationship with God and re-centring herself in the Word. The tombstone that Winnie erected for her mother looks lovely and is fit for a queen.
Mzansi actress Sophie Lichaba also came to support Winnie, along with other mates. Even though Winnie misses her mother, she feels comforted to know that she has friends and family to support her through the hard times.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Emtee mourned the passing of his friend and manager, Lebo Maswanganyi. Mzansi musician Emtee is feeling the pain of losing his childhood mate, a close friend.
Emtee took to social media on Tuesday to let his fans know that he had lost someone close to him. The statement did not say what the cause of death was but stated that Lebo's family would be letting the public know what happened in another statement to follow later.
Emtee simply gave the news with a broken-hearted emoji. The social media streets had rumours swirling around that Lebo died from a possible drug overdose. Rumour also has it that Emtee was with Lebo at the time of his passing.
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