Woman collapse, dies at neighbour's funeral

Woman collapse, dies at neighbour's funeral
Published: 21 July 2015 (1178 Views)

A  Glen Norah woman, Febby Saizi aged 68 collapsed and died at her neighbour's funeral last Saturday as she had gone to pay her last respects.

Patrick Kaunda had died a few days earlier.

 According to H-Metro, there had been bad blood between Febby and Patrick's family.

"Upon receiving news of  Kaunda's death, Febby was reluctant to attend the funeral as she was not in good books with the deceased's wife," H-Metro said quoting an unnamed source.

As soon as Febby gave Kaunda's wife a condolence handshake she immediately died.

"I don't know what occurred for her to collapse. The whole issue is confusing because it is said Kaunda's wife had told Febby that if her husband dies, she would die as well,".

- H-Metro

Tags: collapse, died,
 0

You May Like These Videos

Comments

There are no comments.

Latest stories

PHOTOS: Job Sikhala becomes an instant internet joke

by Social media | 03 October 2019 | 126 Views

America says it is worried about Zimbabwe

by Mandla Ndlovu | 03 October 2019 | 147 Views

Madinda Ndlovu to be discharged tomorrow

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 99 Views

What are behavioral disorders and how can they be managed?

by Temba Munsaka | 03 October 2019 | 105 Views

Government speaks on Robert Mugabe's body parts

by Mandla Ndlovu | 03 October 2019 | 181 Views

Zacc recovers $100m property from looters

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 103 Views

WATCH: Mnangagwa apologises for destroying Zimbabwe satire

by Mandla Ndlovu | 03 October 2019 | 97 Views

Mphoko's application for release of passport dismissed

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 78 Views

Zanu-PF restructuring exercise begins

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 79 Views

Petrotrade declares $1.5 million dividend

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 70 Views

MSU, Zupco seal bus deal

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 96 Views

Mnangagwa to open ZMF conference

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 90 Views

High Court sets EcoCash hearing date

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 85 Views

Mphoko barred from leaving Zimbabwe

by ZimLive | 03 October 2019 | 90 Views

CIO agents monitor Jonathan Moyo in Kenya

by Mandla Ndlovu | 03 October 2019 | 286 Views

Acie Lumumba targets criminals around Mnangagwa

by Mandla Ndlovu | 03 October 2019 | 259 Views

$100 limit for cash-out transactions

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 192 Views

ANC starts anti-sanctions campaign

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 130 Views

ZESN calls for political parties regulation

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 113 Views

We've no forced labour evidence on Zimbabwe diamonds, says US Embassy

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 125 Views

Ex-ZPC board chairman freed on bail

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 104 Views

Cyber Bill seeks to safeguard citizens

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 93 Views

Cassava launches Vaya tractor services

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 127 Views

MDC Alliance boycott slammed

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 80 Views

10-man Bulawayo Chiefs stun Harare City

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 97 Views

Zimbabwe has a reputational problem, says US

by newzimbabwe | 03 October 2019 | 108 Views

MDC Alliance walk of shame

by Nduduzo Tshuma | 03 October 2019 | 121 Views

MDC councillors want suspension of Cowdray Park projects

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 97 Views

RBZ floats $300m additional TBs

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 89 Views

Teenagers rob soldier

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 104 Views

Duo rape corpse, get death sentence

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 106 Views

Mnangagwa to fly out for the zenith times

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 90 Views

Chamisa's MPs approach court to reverse 5 months allowance garnish

by newzimbabwe | 03 October 2019 | 67 Views

Zimra official forges Customs papers

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 50 Views

Zifa courts two nations for Warriors' friendlies

by Staff reporter | 03 October 2019 | 38 Views