While his better half Khusela didn't post anything on the passing, messages of sympathies overflowed the Twitter roads.
Zintle Diko: "Goodbye Zulu, Khalimeshe, Nofisa."
Keabetswe Manyobe: "Amabhaca King Madzikane II Thandisizwe Diko left us. Most profound sympathies to the loved ones of the Dikos."
Ms Ntfulini: "It is pitiful that Khuselwa Diko's significant other Thandisizwe Diko has died. My genuine sympathies.
As of late, Diko has been entangled in a PPE delicate outrage which prompted his better half being suspended busy working.
It's supposed that Diko got a rewarding R125 million delicate, via political impact related with his relationship to the official representative to supply individual defensive gear (PPE) to the Gauteng branch of wellbeing.
It's further affirmed that, notwithstanding the glaring warnings of nepotism, Thandisizwe Diko expanded costs trying to boost benefits.
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