Farai Nokhuthula Mazvita Mafukeni-Sadza (19 Oct 1997 - 26 Mar 2021)

Funeral Service

Location
Our Lady Of The Assumption RC Church 3 The Hill Northfleet, Kent DA11 9ES
Date
5th May 2021
Time
9.45am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Crayford

Burial Details

Location
Kemnal Park A20 Sidcup Bypass Chislehurst BR7 6RR
Date
5th May 2021
Time
11.30am

In loving memory of Farai Nokhuthula Mazvita Mafukeni-Sadza who sadly passed away on 26th March 2021

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Rest in Paradise my sweet Angel. There is no me without you, I’ll carry you wherever I go. Until we turn up again (at the pearly gates) Love you always xox. Mel

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Malread Akidi wrote

Rest in Peace Farai,

So proud of everything you achieved in your 23 years, we will miss your laugh, advice.. (dancing especially - you was one of the best dancers). All your friends we miss you so so much. We will always cherish the memories together, sharing them with tino and mum forever - all of us making more memories and having good times like you’d want us too together.

You had such a beautiful soul didn’t let anything get in the way of you achieving and doing the things you wanted to. Such an inspiration to never give up and to keep going always.. which is one thing I will take on from you I’ll miss your advice and pushing us to be the best in life.


I pray your beautiful soul is resting in peace.. love mally
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Alana O’Dwyer wrote

To Auntie Angela & Family

To auntie Angela, I want to thank you for bringing Farai into this world, she has not only been a amazing & supportive sister to me but an inspiration and a teacher.

Farai always knew what to say to make tough times easier to go through, whenever I confided in Farai about anything she never judged me and gave the best advice. Farai was such a strong and brave soul, she never complained about anything and was always so optimistic. Farai never, ever let anything take her away from her dreams and she worked so hard to get to where she was in life. Farai was beautiful inside and out. Also, not to mention how intelligent and smart she was: she always had great business plans!

Farai, I will always cherish the memories we have together and if I’m blessed with children I’ll make sure they know all about their Auntie Farai. I know you’re watch down on us all and you’re smiling. I miss you dearly and will always remember your smile, your laugh and your funny one liner jokes. You inspire me to be & do better. Although I know right know I can’t process all that has happened and I still find it hard to believe you’re not here, I know we will meet again. I love you with my whole heart. Rest in perfect paradise my dear sister.

Love from Alana ❤️

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M Ngwerume wrote

To Angela and the Mafukeni family our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved daughter. If you are a child of God, then God brings pain not to punish us, but to purify us and to prune us. Therefore trust Him through every trial! In Christ, all things have a purpose. And even pain has a redemptive purpose. Trust in God.
Mai Ngwerume and family

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