Bongi Ntuli

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Chest pains: AmaZulu striker Bongi Ntuli allegedly lands in hospital

AmaZulu striker Bongi Ntuli, the football club owner’s son-in-law allegedly landed in hospital after suffering from chest pains.

Bongi Ntuli

Photos of Bongi Ntuli. Image via Instagram @bongintuli7

AmaZulu striker, Bongi Ntuli is said to have alleged been rushed to hospital earlier this week after haven fallen sick in Polokwane, ZiMoja reported.


The 32-year-old soccer star is said to have allegedly complained of chest pains and was unable to play in the game against Polokwane City on 25 September, the publication reported. Shortly after, Bongi Ntuli was reportedly rushed to a Netcare facility in Durban as his condition continued to worsen. However, he allegedly did not respond to medication and was ultimately transferred to Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital.

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“To be honest, we became worried because Netcare is a private hospital, but we became even more concerned when he was transferred to a government hospital,” a source speaking to the publication. “His wife was worried sick because he wasn’t getting better,” the source was quoted as saying.

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Bongi Ntuli
Photo of Bongi Ntuli. Image via Instagram @bongintuli7


Bongi Ntuli recently tied the knot with AmaZulu Executive Director Sinenjabulo Zungu, the daughter of the wealthy football club’s founder, Sandile Zungu. On 9 September, the lovely couple had an over-the-top which was dubbed the wedding of the year. Ministers, royal families, and business leaders were said to have been some of the elite guests who attended the lavish white wedding.

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After the wedding, the newlyweds were said to have planned to enjoy the first days of their honeymoon at the famous Maldives island, followed by another trip to Europe where their family and friends were expected to join, Sunday World reported.

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