Zoleka Mandela On Becoming Cancer Warrior And Reinstalling Hope In Her Fans

Thank you for incessantly supporting and encouraging me through quite an unexplainable time in my life. You are truly wonderful people, and I hope I can repay your warmth and kindness. You have my gratitude, as always

Zoleka Mandela, Author of 'When Hope Whispers,' Dies At 43 (See Statement)-TSZ Mzansi
Zoleka Mandela, Author of 'When Hope Whispers,' Dies At 43 (See Statement)

Granddaughter of Nelson Mandela, Zoleka Mandela posted a serene video clip of herself with a caption to assure her fans that she is doing well.

Zoleka is battling cancer for the third time after being diagnosed with bone metastasis in August last year. The mother of six and a two-time cancer survivor shared the news in August last year that she had been diagnosed with bone cancer which left many South Africans shattered.

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Over the last few months, she has kept her fans and followers updated on her journey and she is back again to instagram to share a short but inspirational post.

“Nothing shakes the smiling heart.’ – Unknown. Good evening, beloved Queens … Thanking you all for the much-needed prayers, I’m more grateful to you all than you will ever know.
Thank you for incessantly supporting and encouraging me through quite an unexplainable time in my life. You are truly wonderful people, and I hope I can repay your warmth and kindness. You have my gratitude, as always! Peace. Passion. Positivity,” she wrote.

These reassuring little glimpses of Zoleka Mandela gave her fans comfort as they flooded the comment section to show massive support with soothing words.

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“When we write books about strong women we will definitely put you on top of the list Zo!” a fan wrote.

Sharing your cancer journey at first can be quite daunting, especially on social media, though people in the cancer community often wind up realizing how comforting it truly can be to have an army of supporters virtually by your side. On top of having supportive friends and family, it can feel like quite a blessing, especially for those who feel they do not have close friends or family. Nine times out of ten, there are people out there who are ready to embrace you and lift you along the way.

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