The television presenter and actress Ntombi Mzolo is still mourning the death of her daughter. The cause of death was not unclear until now when she opened up about what's the cause of death of her daughter.
The farmer radio presenter has revealed that her daughter Vunani Mzolo, has deid on her social media account recently.
According to Zalebs media publication, the actor talked to Daily Sun newspaper and revealed that her daughter died after a car accident on Tuesday.
"I don't think I am strong enough to talk about it right now, but she lost her life through a car accident. We are heartbroken and still coming to terms with her passing," she said.
"I can't even properly explain how I feel right now as it has been a dramatic time for me and my family. But through God's grace, we being strong."
Messages of condolences have been pouring in for the actress ever since the death of her daughter came out through via social media when she posted on her page.
Her daughter was laid to rest on Sunday 19 September and the actress has thanked everyone for their support throughout the difficult times.
According to the publication, even her husband paid tribute to his daughter on Facebook wrote, "I was touched by an Angel and I didn't even know."
This was their second child, and the first born also had a tragic death. 6 years ago their newborn son Dunamis died after being diagnosed with a rare heart condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
According to the publication, this is a condition in which one side of the heart doesn't develop properly, preventing normal blood flow to the rest of the body.
May God make you and your family stronger that you are currently and may his will be done as it's His plans, not ours.
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