There is a time when you sooner or later meet the individual you want to spend the relaxation of your lifestyles with, your soulmate and life accomplice. However alas lifestyles doesn't usually move according to plan.
Loss of life is a thief that does not pick out who to thieve from, on occasion you suspect you have got your whole existence with someone however then then you're robbed of them.
These beautiful celebs had been widowed too young!
Former Muvhango celebrity Tsholo Matshaba’s became a widow too younger when her husband, former Motsweding FM radio presenter Chris Matshaba, died in February 2018 after a lengthy warfare with cancer. The couple were given married in 2014 and sadly their love story ended shortly.
Every other unfortunate incident of 2017 was whilst Simphiwe lost her husband and actor, Dumi Masilela tragically. He was shot and killed for the duration of an attempted hijacking in August just months after marrying Ngema in an intimate traditional ceremony.
Three. Ayanda Ncwane
Ayanda Ncwane regrettably lost her Gospel heavyweight husband, Sfiso Ncwane in 2016 because of a kidney failure. This left his wife Ayanda a grieving widow and she opened up that she cries herself to sleep almost every night time and prays that God would deliver her husband lower back into her palms.
Four. Letshego Zulu
Letshego’s misplaced her husband the maximum unfortunate way possible! Her husband Gugu Zulu died while seeking to summit on Mount Kilimanjaro on their wedding anniversary. It was truly a tragedy!
These stunning girls needed to undergo loads when they lost their soulmates at a very younger age.
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