A letter written by Angie's youngest child Tshepa was read to mourners gathered at the church. He said his mom had laid the foundation and theirs is to make sure the legacy continues.
He said his mother's last words to him were for him to live out his name and continue trusting God.
An emotional Olerato also bid farewell to her mom in an emotional recording. In it she was sobbing as she described what losing her mother felt like.
“It feels like I lost a limb, a part of me, a major organ that helps me function. I don't know how I'm going to put my broken pieces together.
“The fact that I will never hear your voice again, there would be no-one to reprimand, educate and love me with my flaws and all. I wake up every morning and think I've lost my best friend, I've lost someone that is important, that is my everything.”
Lilian Mofokeng, the family spokesperson, said Angie fell ill in a short space of time. A period of two weeks where they thought she was unwell because of the weather pattern.
She said Angie went to the doctor on Tuesday.
“Angie came to the world with a purpose that God has given her, she had time that God has blessed her with, let us glorify the name of God with her life, we are not crying because we don't want her to go, we are just crying because we are human, it is normal for us to feel pain.”