Mandisa Rosamond Obituary, Hambanathi Society Member Has Died

Mandisa Rosamond Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts and profound sorrow that we come together to remember and pay our respects to a cherished member of our Hambanathi Society, Mrs. Mandisa Rosamond Yingwana. She was not just a member but a dedicated preacher under the LPA and a proud member of the women’s Manyano. Mrs. Yingwana’s life was a testament to her unwavering faith and her commitment to serving her community.

Mrs. Yingwana’s journey was defined by her deep-rooted faith and her desire to make a positive impact on the lives of others. Her involvement in the Hambanathi Society, as well as her role as a preacher, allowed her to share her spiritual wisdom and compassion with those around her. She was a source of guidance and solace for many, offering hope and inspiration through her words and actions.

The loss of Mrs. Yingwana leaves a void within our community, one that cannot easily be filled. Her dedication to her faith and her selfless contributions to the Manyano enriched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her legacy serves as a reminder of the power of faith and the importance of community.

To honor Mrs. Yingwana’s memory and celebrate her life, a funeral service will be held on the 2nd of September at the Tongaat Town Hall, commencing at 09:00. Following the service, her final resting place will be at Stanger Cemetery.

In times of grief and loss, we find solace in our shared faith and the knowledge that we belong to the Lord, as Romans 14 verse 8 reminds us: “So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.” This verse speaks to the eternal bond that connects us all and the comfort of knowing that Mrs. Yingwana is at peace in the embrace of the divine.

For those who wish to convey their condolences and support to the family during this challenging time, you may reach out to her son, Mduduzi Yingana, at 0670290430.

As we bid farewell to Mrs. Mandisa Rosamond Yingwana, may we remember her as a beacon of faith, love, and community. May her soul rest in peace, knowing that her legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of all who were touched by her presence.

In loving memory of Mrs. Mandisa Rosamond Yingwana.

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