Zoleka Mandela shares last photos of Winnie attending church in Soweto
As the world reacted on Monday afternoon to the death of 81-year-old struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela earlier in the day, details emerged of her last few days.
Her family confirmed that Madikizela-Mandela had died at a Johannesburg hospital surrounded by friends and family.
Just days before, she had attended a Good Friday sermon at church with her granddaughter, Zoleka Mandela.
Zoleka, who often refers to Madikizela-Mandela as her "day one", posted a collage of pictures of the family at church.
Wearing a black skirt and a red top with a collar, Madikizela-Mandela held a walking stick as church-goers greeted her.
"I forgot how long the Good Friday service at church is. Over 5 hrs," wrote Zoleka.
She said she and her gran had left the service hungry.
"My Day One and I left the service so hungry, we had to stop and buy roasted corn on the side of the road to eat en route to the house ... 😂 Time for our family lunch aka CHEAT DAY MEAL," she wrote.
I forgot how long the Good Friday service at church is, over 5hrs ... 🙈 My Day One and I left the service so hungry, we had to stop and buy roasted corn on the side of the road to eat on route to the house ... 😂 Time for our family lunch aka CHEAT DAY MEAL!!! 😜 #MyDayOne #MyGrandmother #Umakhulu #ZanyiweSnr #GoodFriday #EasterService #AhNobandla #MotherOfTheNation
Meanwhile, tributes for the struggle stalwart have been pouring in on social media.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, 81, died in Johannesburg on April 2 2018. Social media users paid tribute to the South African anti-apartheid activist.