Tag Archives: Sfiso Candice Nkosi

2014 Dec. 1: “I lost my mom, she died in my hands”

My name is Sifiso Leornard Nkosi known as Candice. I was born on the 9th May 1987 in Tsakane, Eastrand, Johannesburg. I was raised by my grandmother, and my mother. My grandmother played an important part in my life. The … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 5: After tears for Muntu Masombuka’s

  Lesiba Mothibe reports, Lindeka Qampi took photos At 9pm I was already at home, tired from attending both the funeral and the after tears of Muntu Aubrey Masombuka. As I took off my high laced heels divaliciously. I realised … Continue reading

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