He left his partner, and he also tested positive for Covid-19 after giving birth.Moyikwa Sisulu, grandson of Walter and Albertina Sisulu, a staunch supporter of the SA struggle, died of Covid-19-related complications, leaving behind his partner and their newborn baby.The Sisulu family said the 41-year-old passed away at the Morningside Clinic in Johannesburg on Saturday morning.The Sisulus said in a statement: “The Sisulus confirmed with an overwhelming heartbreak the young death of our beloved Moikwa Zveletto Sisulu.”
According to family members, Moikwa and his partner Aisha Jackson fell ill in early August and were diagnosed with Covid-19 after their child was born.The family’s spokesperson, Nomvuyo Guma, said Aisha has been discharged from the hospital and is busy recovering from Covid-19.Moyikwa is the eldest son of the late anti-apartheid activist and businessman Zwelakhe Sisulu and retired radiographer Zodwa Sisulu.”As an ANC activist, Moykwa was praised for his generous support of the ANC and many troubled alliances and branches. Moyikwa himself is a shrewd businessman who works in the industrial, mining, and We are proud of being honest in the media, real estate and other business activities.”
His family described him as Jackson’s beloved life partner and the loyal father of three children.Moi fascinated us affectionately, gave us with deep and lasting love, fascinated us with a keen sense of humor, and gave us courage with eternal optimism and fearlessness. He recently welcomed a newborn son. “Moyikwa will rest in a private ceremony this week.The family said that due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no daily home visits, prayers or vigils.”Just when we were completely broken down by this loss, we are deeply grateful for the shock that many of his friends and colleagues undoubtedly felt. Unfortunately, our new reality deprived us of the opportunity to personally accept your comfort,” the family said .