There are a couple of photos (from twitter) that were taken at the Funeral (service) of Zindzi Mandela – and questions from most South Africa were raised. She was buried at a cemetery in Fourways. Her family said she had tested positive for coronavirus on the day she died (on Monday). Zindzi died of complications related to Covid-19. A guard of honour lined the entrance to the chapel as her coffin was escorted across a red carpet, as family and friends observed the sombre moment. Strict Covid-19 protocols were followed by the mourners.
Malema also attended the funeral and wasn’t the only political figure there in the ” global pandemic ” No distances or masks. Lindiwe Sisulu, had a brief slip when she exchanged pleasantries with another attendee at the funeral.
We are all sick and tired of some of the elite who disregard the rules and yet, the very same individuals want to move us back to Level 5 to suit them better to do what they want.
Drukkies, soentjies en handdrukke is en was uitgedeel. Daar is duidelik verskillende stelle reels van toepassing op begrafnisse, maar dis asof daar iets is wat “weggesteek” word met die hele proses van reels. #kommunisme #bolsjevisme
Ndaba Mandela, centre, is seen arriving at the funeral of Zindzi Mandela who died on Monday due to a Covid-19 related illness.
Former President Nelson Mandela’s daughter Zindzi Mandela took to Twitter a few days back, saying she was heartbroken about what happened to her mother and many others under FW de Klerk’s watch during apartheid. Refer to the Sona 2020 debate on 13 February 2020. De Klerk was labelled an apartheid apologist by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) following a recent interview he did with the SABC.
Zindziswa Mandela-Hlongwane and MK veteran Molapo Motlhajwa arrive at their wedding reception on March 4 2013 in Potchefstroom.
Former justice minister Jeff Radebe, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and birthday girl Zindzi Mandela view a slide show of family pictures at her 50th birthday party at Randlords nightclub in Braamfontein on January 15 2011.