Mary Twala’s family speaks out, reveals the sickness that killed her

Mary Twala’s family speaks out, reveals the sickness that killed her

Mary Twala’s family speaks out, reveals the sickness that killed her

Mary Twala’s granddaughter and family representative Phumzile Twala has described her grandma’s last couple of seconds, saying her family had trusted that the veteran on-screen character would make a full recuperation and are “broke” at her passing.

Mary passed on Saturday morning at Netcare Park Lane Hospital in Johannesburg at 80 years old.

Addressing TshisaLIVE, Phumzile said Mary had been in and out of the medical clinic for a while and battled with diabetes.

She said Somizi and her sibling were en route to the medical clinic to visit Mary and bring her things when they got a call from the specialists instructing them to hustle in light of the fact that the star’s wellbeing was falling apart quickly.

Tragically, they arrived only excessively late.

Mary Twala’s family speaks out, reveals the sickness that killed her

In spite of her consistent excursions all through the medical clinic, the family was confident Mary would make a full recuperation. Only hours before her passing she was feeling great and appeared to be recuperating.

“You realize that she is old yet she was so solid. She had gotten through so often before that we figured she may be sufficient once more.

“I was dealing with her. A day prior to her passing she was her old self. Specialists said she was up and happy only 30 minutes before her passing. The specialist advised her Somizi was in transit and she was so cheerful. Out of nowhere she sneaked away.”

She said that Somizi and the family were “not OK” and battling to adapt to the updates on Mary’s demise.

‘They are broken. We, as a family are still in the lamenting stage and everybody has their minutes where they separate.”

A commemoration for Mary is relied upon to happen this week yet subtleties are yet to be affirmed.

Individuals can send messages of tribute or sympathies to the family, by means of text or WhatsApp, to 082 997 3451.

– TshisaLIVE

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