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Lillian Dube – I’m grateful for my cancer

It’s hard to see the good in a bad situation, like cancer for example.  But as they say, every cloud has a silver lining! And that’s the attitude actress Lillian Dube has adopted after battling breast cancer.

Known for her memorable role as Sister Bettina in TV series Soul City, Lillian underwent surgery and chemotherapy after she was diagnosed in 2008

Speaking at a recent Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa (CHOC), Lillian said she was even “grateful” for the potentially life-threatening disease.

She said; “I am grateful for my cancer. The first time (I was diagnosed) I really thought I was going to die. I thought that I was going to die and I was sad. I remember standing on my balcony like I always do and the breeze felt heavenly. I thought, ‘I am going to miss this.’ I was going to miss my grandchildren and the car guards at Cresta Mall who told me I wouldn’t die because they were praying for me.”

Lillian Dube

But Lillian realized her health woes was a platform for her to inspire and motivate others.

She added; “There were so many people who were praying for me that I ended up praying for myself. I said, ‘God. You cannot disappoint all these people that are praying for me. I am adding my voice’.

Lillian believes it’s her strength that pulled her through.

She concluded; “You must never ask God why he picked you to go through cancer…God sends his best soldiers out to war.”

If Lillian can get beat cancer, than are our petty issues are really meaningless!

In other news – Amanda Black releases new hot single, Egoli

Local songstress Amanda Black has taken the local music industry by storm and this week, the star has premiered her highly-anticipated new single ‘Egoli’. The song serves as the second single off of her upcoming sophomore album ‘Power’ which is set for release on the 25th of October.

Amanda Black

‘Egoli’ sees Amanda using her radiantly expressive voice to paint a picture of the age-old rite of passage many South Africans have undergone of moving away from their place of birth to pursue their dreams in Johannesburg – the City of Gold. continue reading

Source: Zalebs