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South African Celebreties who Sadly Lost Their Husbands

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It is so sad when we lose our loved ones, close family members, friends and other people that we know.

Losing a person that you love should be one of the saddest and very painful things ever that one could go through.

We have witnessed a lot of female celebrities in the industry losing their loved ones and it cuts very deep when they start posting about them and mentioning how much they remember them.

There are many female celebrities that have lost their loved ones in the previous years.

Today we take a look at Connie Ferguson and Simphiwe Ngema on how they are doing in life currently.

Connie Ferguson:

Connie Ferguson recently lost her husband due to reportedly Covid-19 related complications.

The death of Shona Ferguson did not only affect the Fergusons, but South Africa as a whole felt the pain of losing the icon.

Shona Ferguson left unexpectedly as it was reported that he was sick and then eventually his death was then announced.

Connie Ferguson took some time to return to our screens but it seems like she is slowly recovering from the loss of her husband as she is now back in our screens.

Simz Ngema

Simz Ngema is another female public figure who has sadly lost her husband in a tragic event and she also talked about how painful it was to lose her husband, Dumi Masilela.

Dumi Masilela was allegedly shot and killed and his killers have been reportedly finally identified and arrested.

Simz Ngema on the other hand has already moved on with her life as she is now a mom and an ex-girlfriend to a model, Tino Tinyani.

Simz Ngema has received a lot of criticism from her fans for moving on with her life as they think that she could have waited a little longer.

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Source: @Simz Ngema IG, @Connie Ferguson IG

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