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Letshego Zulu on how she learned to deal with the sorrow of losing Gugu

14 July 2019 - 00:00 By LEONIE WAGNER

Letshego Zulu radiates strength. Her warmth and wide, infectious smile give no hint of the burden she has carried since the death on Mount Kilimanjaro of her husband, motor racing champion Gugulethu Zulu.

Three years ago this month Letshego was catapulted from loving wife to grieving widow at the age of 31. This week, her memoir of the trip and subsequent events was published. In I Choose to Live: Life After Losing Gugu, she tells the story, in heart-rending detail, of how her husband died. She also shares the valuable lessons death and grief have taught her...

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