Bongi Ntuli dead, AmaZulu striker passed away From Cancer

Bongi Ntuli dead, AmaZulu striker passed away From Cancer

AmaZulu striker Bongi Ntuli dies

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DStv Premier League club AmaZulu have announced the death of striker Bongi Ntuli.

The 32-year-old forward passed away at Midland Medical Center in Pietermaritzburg on the afternoon of Sunday, November 5, according to an official statement from the Durban club.


The club confirmed Ntuli died from an aggressive form of cancer that metastasized and claimed his life.

The Pietermaritzburg-born player died just five months after marrying the daughter of club chief executive Sinenjabulo “Sne” Zungu.

Ntuli started his career with lower league side Sabantu FC in 2011 before moving to the Golden Arrows reserves.

It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that the football world bids farewell to Bongi Ntuli, the talented Amazulu FC forward who passed away on 5 November 2023 after a courageous battle with cancer. Unfortunately passed away on Sunday. Ntuli’s premature departure at just 32 years old has left a void across football and beyond.

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Bungi Ntuli is not only a football player but a true football warrior. His dedication, resilience and unwavering commitment to the sport are an inspiration to all who have the privilege of watching him play. Ntuli’s tenacity on the field was matched by his humility and sportsmanship on the field, which earned him the respect and admiration of fans, teammates and opponents.

News of Ntuli’s death has sent shockwaves through the football community and he expressed his condolences to his family, friends and the entire AmaZulu FC community. The loss affects not just a player, but his beloved son, friends and teammates. Ntuli’s infectious personality and unwavering love for football touched the lives of many, making him not just a footballer but a cherished figure in the hearts of many.

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Bungi Ntuli’s legacy will continue to shine as a beacon of hope and inspiration for aspiring footballers. He embodies the tenacity, determination and never-give-up attitude that define this beautiful game. Even in the face of a life-threatening illness, Ntuli continues to inspire and encourage those who follow his journey.

In these dark times, the football community is united in mourning and celebrating the life and career of this outstanding man. Bungi Ntuli will always be remembered as a true servant of the game and his memory will be testament to the enduring power of passion and dedication to the game. Rest in peace Bungi Ntuli, for you were a true warrior and servant of the game, gone too soon and leaving an indelible mark on the world of football.