Winnie Ntshaba mourns during unveiling her mother’s tombstone

Winnie Ntshaba mourns during unveiling her mother’s tombstone

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This past weekend was an emotional one for Winnie Ntshaba and her family. They were unveiling her mother’s tombstone. Sharing snaps of the gorgeous Tombstone, Ntshaba shared a couple of words on social media and thanked everyone for the never-ending support. “What a gorgeous weekend we had because the Ntshaba’s, unveiling our mom’s tombstone ekhaya. Lilele iqhawe, and that we have hope that we’ll reunite together with her at some point.

176735736 212495976972740 7136432390050132606 n many thanks to everyone that made today as glorious because it was. My family, my friends, omakhelwane, and everybody that knew and loved uG-man. i actually appreciate you!!” Real Housewives of Durban superstar and wife lately gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane, Ayanda took to the comment section to share some words of comfort with the previous Generations actress.

 

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“Your mom was blessed to possess such a united and loving family. i really like you guys celebrated your dad same weekend,” she wrote. Other stars including Dawn Thandeka King, Nhlanhla Ncisa, Lerato Mvelase and Shauwn Mamkhize also showed Winnie support. Specifically thanking those that were attending including former Generations co-star Sophie Lichaba and celebrity publicist Simphiwe Majola.176968937 559406195024884 8389465211433418431 n “Friends that become family,” she shared. “I haven’t any words to precise my gratitude to you! God my Father will reward you consistent with His riches in glory, you deserve a heavenly reward. i really like you my friends. many thanks am sure mom was happy to ascertain you all there.” Sophie responded by saying, “Oh how i really like mama’s new home.” In her last post for the day, Ntshaba honoured her late mother. “We sang, we danced, we cried, we laughed, we ate….. we prayed, we remembered G-man.” “I identify with this such a lot mkhaya, the pain is unbearable, I feel helpless.177340045 897544397733180 6066137013641031429 n “Memories are all we’ve,” was the comment from Dawn Thandeka King. A few other Mzansi celebs commented on the post: “Waze wangikhalisa Winnie,” said Phindile Gwala. “Well done on honouring your parents sisi,” were the words from actress Ayanda Borotho.

 

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