Who is Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Wiki, Biography, Age, Cause of Death, Husband & Hidden Facts You Need to Know

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Wiki – Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Biography

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Former President Nelson Mandela daughter, has died. Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane is the daughter of Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. At the time of her passing, she was the ambassador to Denmark.

Zindziswa Mandela (23 December 1960 – 13 July 2020), also known as Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane, was a South African politician who was serving as her country’s ambassador to Denmark. The daughter of anti-apartheid activists Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Zindzi was the younger sister of Zenani Mandela and the third of Nelson Mandela’s three daughters.

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Age

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Died at the age of 59

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Death News

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane, the daughter of ex-President Nelson Mandela, died.

Zindzi is the daughter of Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. At the time, he was the ambassador of Denmark. The 59-year-old boy passed away at the Johannesburg hospital early Monday morning.

Multiple South African news agencies reported that Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela and Danish ambassador to South Africa, died.

State broadcaster SABC tweeted: BREAKING: Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane, the daughter of ex-president Nelson Mandela, died. #sabcnews

Senior SABC journalist Chriselda Lewis tweeted that Mandela died in Johannesburg.

His death is also reported by eNCA and Newzroom Africa, and says eNCA is 59 years old.

Eyewitness News tweeted that Mandela’s death was confirmed by the country’s Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation.

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Cause of death

Cuase of death has not yet been identified we will update soon

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Early Life

Zindzi Mandela was born on 23 December 1960 in Soweto to Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela. Her father was both a direct descendant of holders of the kingship of the Thembu people and an heir to the chieftaincy of Mvezo. Zindzi’s nephew Mandla, descended from Mandela via his first wife Evelyn Mase, currently holds the latter title.

The year of her birth was also the year that the African National Congress (ANC) launched an armed wing. Her parents were wanted by the government.[1] By the time her father was sent to prison Zindzi was 18 months old. During her youth Zindzi was often left in the care of her older sister Zenani Mandela when her mother was sent to prison for months at a time.

In 1977 her mother was banished to the Free State and Zindzi lived with her. Zindzi was not able to complete her education until she was sent to Swaziland.[1] Eventually her mother was allowed to move back to Soweto.

In 1985 her father was offered a conditional release by the South African president, P. W. Botha. Her father’s reply could not be delivered by her parents and Zindzi was chosen to read his refusal at a public meeting on 10 February 1985.[2]

She studied law at the University of Cape Town[1][3], where she earned a BA in 1985.[4]

Her poetry was published in 1978 in the book Black as I Am, with photographs by Peter Magubane,[5] and has also appeared in publications including Somehow We Survive: An Anthology of South African Writing, edited by Sterling Plumpp[6] and Daughters of Africa, edited by Margaret Busby.[7]

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Career

Mandela-Hlongwane is said to have agreed to set up a boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in 2011 to coincide with her father’s birthday. The match did not take place, and the boxing organizer Duane Moody pay $ 4.7 million, plus cost for damages to the US court on Moody. Mandela-Hlongwane was expected to appeal.

Zindzi Mandela-Hlongwane Husband, Family and Children

Zindzi has been married twice and has four children: Zoleka Mandela, (1980), Zondwa Mandela (1985), Bambatha Mandela (1989) and Zwelabo Mandela (1992). Her first husband was Zwelibanzi Hlongwane. She married her second husband, Molapo Motlhajwa, who was a member of the South African National Defence Force, in March 2013.