The mother of the South African little girl diagnosed with cancer has announced the pass away of the little angel this morning. The heartbroken mother, Nonhle broke the sad news to her friends and supporters on social media.
The six-year old late Anentokozo was diagnosed with cancer when she was just two, the time which marked the beginning of the single mother and daughter's tribulations.
While sending her daughter away, the mother, Nonhle acknowledged the fact that her daughter fought well. "Rest well my love, it hurts but you fought. Relax now." Nenhle wrote on her Twitter page.
Before her death, Ane as she was fondly called has managed to grow into a little brilliant kid. She was already building a social media fame with the amusing videos of her that her mom often post Twitter.
At such a young age, Ane was characterised as a good singer and articulate speaker, it is so unfortunate that the world has to lose her at such tender age.
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