Bonginkosi Ntuli Bio, Age, AmaZulu Striker, Cause Of Death
Bonginkosi Ntuli who was fondly known as Bongi Ntuli was a professional South African soccer player who served as a striker for the South African football team, AmaZulu.
In 2015, Bongi joined South Africa national soccer team, Platinum Stars F.C. and a few years after, he moved to AmaZulu F.C. where he played as a striker and #7 of the team.
Bonginkosi’s best season was in 2019/2020, then he scored at least 70 percent of AmaZulu’s 20 league goals, he scored 13 and assisted in one. The striker’s goals ensured that the club avoided relegation. It was after Bongi’s performance that Zungu bought the club, and Zungu confirmed that the striker contributed immensely in ensuring he purchased the club the next season.
How Old Was Bonginkosi Ntuli? His Real Age
Bongi Ntuli died at the age of 32 after suffering from Cancer. He was born on 28th March, 1991 in his hometown Pietermaritzburg in South Africa.
Bonginkosi Ntuli Wife
Before his demise, Bongi was not single. He got married to his wife this year in May. And they both had children before they got married.
Bongi Ntuli Net Worth
Bonginkosi Ntuli’s net worth was growing significantly before he passed. Before Bongi Ntuli passed at the age, he had an impressive career and got married to a football club owber who is also a successful business woman. His in-law is also known wealthy South African entrepreneur and his parents also are doing quite well.
Cause Of Death
Bonginkosi Ntuli passed in November 2023 at the age of 32, after diagnosed with “aggressive form of cancer”.
Bongis father, Thulani Ntuli stated that his son died after suffering a brief illness which they initially believed to be flu, but later confirmed that it was actually cancer, and they noticed when it was at its advanced stage.
According to reports, he died on November 5th, the families of Ntuli and Zungu were to perform umabo – a wedding ceremony where the bride, Sne Zungu and Bongi Ntuli’s family would be present. And as required by tradition, the bride’s family would present gifts to the family of the groom.
It was on the same day that he would have been the full member of the Nazareth Christian church, after performing the wedding ceremony, however it is sad that he was not alive to perform the rites.
Bonginkosi Ntuli’s memorial service was held at Moses Mabhida stadium yesterday, 7th November and his funeral service will be held today at his home 9th November.