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Doctor Khumalo: Amakhosi Legend Pays Tribute to Daughter

Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo has paid a touching tribute to his daughter Theonada, who died in a horrific car accident recently. In...

Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo has paid a touching tribute to his daughter Theonada, who died in a horrific car accident recently.

In a fervent service was for ‘Theo’ at a crammed Leondale Community Hall in Germiston, Khumalo described the deceased as a woman full of love.

“She was full of love and she was a woman with a brave heart,” said Doctor Khumalo.

Cecil Motaung, the Supporters Relations Manager, led the Amakhosi delegation.
Doctor Khumalo

Doctor Khumalo’s former teammates including Abel Shongwe, Wellington Manyathi, Brian Baloyi, Gardner Seale, Derrick Spencer, Stanton Fredericks, Tsepo Molatedi, MacDonald Mukansi and Fabian McCarthy graced the somber occasion.

The Kaizer Chiefs choir beautifully rendered a variety of songs. Former Glamour Boy, Ntsie Maphike was one of the speakers at the service, which also included the Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula.

Theonada Khumalo is survived by her husband Gordon Ashley Mohulatsi.

“As bubbly as she was, her crazy personality outshined her mood swings. As stunning as she was, she always brought life to a dull moment. A leader of a pack, she always stood firm for what she believed in. Hard headed, direct and outspoken she was…”

Cecil Motaung read a message from Amakhosi Chairman, Kaizer Motaung.

“I am deeply saddened about the passing of your dearest daughter Theonada Livin Khumalo. To lose a child, especially at this tender age, is devastating. I am aware of the love and the bond you shared with Theonada and I can only imagine the pain you are enduring at this moment.

Doctor Khumalo twice “tried to phone” his daughter at the start of a moving tribute. He only got her voice message.

At his 50th birthday party, ‘Theo’ had told Doctor: “My dad is the strictest person I know. He also taught me to work hard. Dad, I can’t thank you enough. I love you so much.”

Writing in a recently newspaper column, Khumalo said, “I saw my daughter when she was born and I held her hand when she took her last breath. From the day she was admitted to hospital to her very last.

“I was always at her bedside hoping she would recover and come back home. I thank God for allowing me the opportunity to share some good and great moments with my daughter.”

She was later buried at the Elspark Cemetery. - Online Sources

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