The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Intumeleng Khune lost his sister. According to the Twitter commenter @Man's not Barry Itumeleng khune's sister passed away, his parents house burned to ashes last night.
It still not clear to suppoert the twitter commenter Barry tatement as to What happened first, jow did the house got burned first and she was in that house and died. Or she passed away, later on the house got burned.
Itumeleng Khune Is know as the best goalkeeper who play for Kaizer Chiefs. Itumeleng Isaac Khune is a South African footballer who plays as goalkeeper for Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League, and also the South African national team. He is the captain of both. He has been in the team for many years now. Soon as the news break the internets his fans have sent condolences to him and to the family.
Tweeps have sincere send their condolences to be with them. And may her rest in power. We're curious as to knowing what transpired on the night of the incident . This is a rare case scenario for a person to lose their life. May the Lord be with his family in this difficult time.
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