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PHOTOS: Senzo Meyiwa daughter is growing up well, See her recent looks

Kelly khumalo is a multi-platinum-selling South African singer-songwriter. Despite the harsh exposure she's received recently, she's been in the music business for decades and is still going strong musically. She rose to fame after Senzo Meyiwa's murder, which occurred in his Vosloorus house in 2014.

People started harassing and abusing Kelly khumalo as soon as she refused to talk about what happened on that tragic day. Some even went so far as to label her as the killer of Senzo Meyiwa, who was shot to death at her home in vosloorus eight years ago, by her husband. Even though she has received a lot of negative attention online, Kelly Khumalo continues to live her life to its fullest.

Kelly Khumalo's family has two beautiful children: She had a brief romance with the ex-convict and musician, JubJub. The second child is that of Senzo Meyiwa and his wife. She doesn't want to include her parents' father's side in raising her children, so she's chosen to stay at home with them and raise them alone.

She is the granddaughter of the late Senzo Meyiwa. Her father died in 2014, the year she was born. By the end of the year, Tingo will have become eight years old, according to reports. Two years ago, she began her education. It's particularly tragic in light of the fact that her father abandoned her when she was just a child. There was no need for her to travel to see her father. That the legal proceedings are taking so long is likewise tragic, as would be the failure to apprehend those responsible for her father's death.

Tingo resembles her father in appearance. Compared to the late Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, she bears an uncanny resemblance to the former. Take a look at these adorable photos of her as a child and adolescent.

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