‘This is for you, my angel’: Boyfriend of SA teen who died in Mauritius shares heartrending video


Mundolene Vosloo's devastated boyfriend penned a song for the late 17-year-old from Springs, hours after hearing of her death.

“So I’m not a good piano player but I wrote this to my girlfriend from my heart so I'd like to share it," Tyron Bothma captioned the video.

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"This is to you my angel."

The video was shared on Facebook on Thursday, a day after Mundolene died at a four-star resort under mysterious circumstances on Wednesday morning.

Messages of support have poured in for Tyrone in reaction to the cellphone video of the heartbreaking tune, which has been watched thousands of times.

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“That is sooo beautiful Tyron I am sure she is loving it,” one of his friends commented on the post.

Another added: “Ty...She was so in love with you, it was clear and people don’t say goodbye, it’s only farewell till you see her again.”

Even people who didn't know the teenager left messages of support.

“I don’t know you Tyrone," one Facebooker said, "but I want to wish you strength and courage through this difficult time...your music is awesome (sic)."

Tyrone thanked everyone who responded to his post with encouraging messages. “I miss her,” he wrote alongside a picture of two broken hearts in the comments section.

According to L’Express, a French newspaper in Mauritius, Mundolene was on holiday with her father, step-mother and two brothers.

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However, the exact circumstances surrounding her death have not yet been confirmed.

According to reports, Mundolene’s stepmother, Marietjie Vosloo, hit her after a dispute. A Mauritian police spokesperson confirmed to YOU that Marietjie has been arrested and charged with manslaughter.

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