- Dineo Ranaka's sister Manaka Ranaka shared on Instagram that her family was with the Kaya 959 host when she posted depressive captions
- The Generations: The Legacy star also revealed that she had a heartfelt conversation with Dineo two days before her state of mind took a turn
- Mzansi has been supportive ever since they found out Dineo's battle with mental health was getting worse
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Dineo Ranaka's older sister Manaka Ranaka shared that her family has been getting the Kaya 959 host help after sharing several depressive posts.
“Family is with her right now and we are trying to get her all the help she will need."
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Manaka Ranaka says she had a heart-to-heart conversation
Taking to Instagram, Manaka also shared that she spoke to Dineo about her mental struggles before she posted the sad captions on 23 May. The Generations: The Legacy star told her younger sister she would always be by her side.
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“I love you. I appreciate you. I'm here for you. I will go to the ends of the world for you. I pray for you. I phahla for you. I believe in you. I hear you. I see you.”
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"Depression hits the hardest when you are alone. You just feel like you wanna give up. She needs people and loved ones around her."
"She will come out stronger."
Check out other replies from Manaka's comments under Dineo's depressive posts below:
"@manakaranaka Siyabonga ngokusazisa. Please let her know she is loved."
"@manakaranaka We pray deep from our hearts that konke kulunge. We love you, Sis."
"@manakaranaka Love and light. God is with you and the rest of your family ❤️"
"@manakaranaka, you are a great sister, and being there for @dineoranaka shows your bond. Keep the sisterhood going."
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