According to Sunday World, Connie Ferguson’s husband, Shona, has passed away.
Shona passed away at the Milpark private hospital in Johannesburg on Friday afternoon.
The media mogul was admitted there last week after suffering from chest pains.
It was later discovered that he had heart problems and he underwent a major heart operation.
A source to the family confirmed the matter.
“I can confirm that he just died. Connie is busy with the funeral arrangements,” said the source.
Attempts to solicit comments from Connie drew a blank as her phone, understandably, just rang unanswered.
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IT IS Fathers’ Day this Sunday, 20 June. Fatherhood is not only a blessing and a full-time assignment that transcends time but an eternal calling.
Are the diaspora fathers living up to the challenge or are they caught in a conundrum of socio-dynamics eroding the ‘head of the house’ power-base?
Is traditional fatherhood under siege and being debased by a silent socio-phenomenon?
The diaspora fatherhood challenges are immense and to unpack the evolving challenges, a panel of experts will on Saturday 19 June at 7 pm UK time tackle the issues head-on as a part of celebrating Fathers’ Day.
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There are additional covers that can be added to Life Cover and these enhance the overall protection because Life Cover on its own does not cover eventualities like incapacity due to injury or illness or loss of income due to redundancy. So, one can take other cover over and above the life cover:
Every Diasporan originally from any of the following countries (by birth, by descent, by naturisation, by marriage, by registration) qualifies to be covered and you can cover yourself in the diaspora and your loved ones back home or anywhere in the world: