Giyani: Land Of Blood actress Zinhle Mavasa is currently in pain and feels like she’s under a curse, this comes after she lost both her children, her mom and now being in an accident.
The actress who has gone through so much in the past year, announced the passing of her second twin. Just right after that she revealed that she has to be mourning while nursing wounds as she was involved in an accident.
Zinhle said she feels that she is cursed as her life has had a series of tragic events. “I feel like I failed my champs. Both of my babies died. I failed them. My life has been difficult. In 2020, I lost my mum, Maria Mashimbye, in 2021 it was my four-month-old child to lung disease and in 2022 it’s my other child,” she said.
She also went to say that the second twin took his last breath on Friday 17 June. Revealing that her son, Kanana, had been diagnosed with lung disease and brain damage.
“My baby passed away from lung disease and brain damage. He was born with lung disease, but I thought he was going to live longer. I had faith I would see him go to high school and university, but God had other plans,” she continued.
Unfortunately for the 26-year-old actress, things got even worse the next day, Saturday 18 June, when she was involved in a horrific car accident.
According to Mavasa, the accident occurred while she was on her way to pick up her father in Orange Farm. “I was coming from my place in Braamfontein and ready to get onto the Golden highway offramp. The robot was opened for me and an H1 came and hit me on the driver’s side. I really don’t know what is happening,” she explained.
The actress said her car was completely and she sustained a head injury. “This is too much for me to handle. I can’t even focus anymore as this has affected me psychologically. I can’t cope with these losses. I have lost hope and don’t even know what to do anymore. I am so heartbroken as a mother. It hurts a lot as I was looking forward to raising my baby. I am still shocked. I pray to God to give me strength to hold on a little longer,” she said.
Concluding she asked the public for support. “I need public support. I don’t even have cash on me right now,” she said.