Another Mzansi celebrity in the entertainment industry was hit by death following a tragic passing of her loved one.
Masechaba Mtolo known as Masechana Moshoeshoe is a South African media personality known for previously being an actress, who has been in the entertainment industry for a long time. She played a character on Scandal and also on Isidingo that came to an end whereby she appeared as Seipati Khumalo being a newspaper editor. Masechaba recently lost her loved one who was 12 years old and referred to as their niece in a social media post.
Mtolo took to social media after having previously posted that she was swept away by a river thanking those who have given them support through a difficult time of loosing their loved one.
"Thank you beloveds for messages of support and thr hope you brought to us since our baby girl Zethembe Shezi drowned in thr Henley on Klip River last Saturday 6 November. Her lifeless body was found on Thursday 11 November", Masechaba Mtolo said on Twitter.
It is so sad that the young child who was 12 years lost her life due to drowning when a lot was waiting for her in this world. She could have grown up and became one of the most successful people in Mzansi but unfortunately death took her way. It has not yet been revealed in terms of what she was doing by the river but people must always avoid children being near rivers especially during times whereby rivers are full due to rain be it their parents, relatives or siblings.
Should a parent , guardian or any relative to a child be forced to go near a river with the child then they must make sure that they always return with them and make it clear to them that they shouldn't go closer to rivers as it is unsafe even for adults.
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