This past weekend was an emotional one for Winnie Ntshaba and her family. They were unveiling her mother’s tombstone. Sharing snaps of the beautiful Tombstone, Ntshaba shared a few words on social media and thanked everyone for the never-ending support.
“What a beautiful weekend we had as The Ntshaba’s, unveiling our mom’s tombstone ekhaya. Lilele iqhawe, and we have hope that we will reunite with her one day. Thank you to everyone that made this day as glorious as it was. My family, my friends, omakhelwane, and everyone that knew and loved uG-man. I truly appreciate you!!”
Real Housewives of Durban superstar and wife of late gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane, Ayanda took to the comment section to share some words of comfort with the former Generations actress.
“Your mom was blessed to have such a united and loving family. I love 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 who were in attendance including former Generations co-star Sophie Lichaba and celebrity publicist Simphiwe Majola.
“Friends that become family,” she shared. “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. I love you my friends. Thank you am sure mom was happy to see you all there.”
Sophie responded by saying, “Oh how I love 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 so much mkhaya, the pain is unbearable, I feel helpless.
A few other Zalebs 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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