Shocking News! RIP Former Generation’s actress has been hit by death and lost her remaining parent

Shocking News! RIP Former Generation’s actress has been hit by death and lost her remaining parent

By Nhlanhla Maseko

It never gets better but worse in the entertainment industry. This week death visited Ntombi Mzolo for the second time claiming the life of her daughter, Linile Vunani Mzolo and now another celebrity has been hit by death and lost her remaining parent.

Winnie Ntshaba is a South African actress popularly known for playing the character of Khethiwe on Generations before it became Generations The Legacy along with talented actresses such as Sophie Ndaba and Karabo Moroka. She began as being a maid for Tau Mogale on the show before walking her way up. She currently plays the character of Faith on House of Zwide which came as a replacement for Rhythm City.

Toshiba took to social media and posted a picture with both her late parents today announcing the death of her father and said “God your ways are higher than my ways…This day in 2015 at the Royalty Soapie Awards with my parents…Yesterday, before the 5th Royalty Sophie Awards ceremony taking place this evening, my dad passed away to go be with the Lord”.

“It’s comforting to know I saw him just before my birthday and he gave me his blessings. As sad as I am today, I am at peace though knowing that mom you have reunited with the day. I will celebrate you baba wami. Rest in peace Ntshaba”, Winnie added.

Winnie will be laying her last remaining parent as she was only left with a father during a time whereby she is supposed to be enjoying a new role that she bagged on House of Zwide, indeed life is not fair. It is so sad that she is now left with no parent to turn to when the going gets tough. Her mother passed away in November 2017.

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Source:

https://www.dailysun.co.za/Celebs/actress-winnie-ntshabas-dad-dies-20210918

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