Angie Diale who was known as a television presenter, HIV/Aids Activist, and Qualified Nurse is being reported to have passed away on December 23 from pneumonia complications at the age of 55. She was known for hosting the SABC1 factual entertainment series Relate and Please Step In On DSTV Mzansi Magic Channel 161.
Angie who was passionate about communication among the youth, parents, and communities, facilitated Takes Courage, a curriculum developed to help youth and adults to identify their dreams and learn about healthy and unhealthy relationships using churches, schools, and street corners to start dialogue.
Angie Diale Career
As earlier stated, Mam Angie was a content advisor and resident counsellor on Choice, a youth series that aired on SABC1. She was also the host of the Mzansi Magic docu-reality series Please Step In, from 2015-2020.
She was the 2005 spokesperson for the National Department of Health’s Khomanani campaign lobbying the nation, ordinary citizens, Business, Government departments, and NGOs to make a pledge for life and turn around the HIV pandemic through meeting the everyday needs of people living with HIV and AIDS and orphaned and vulnerable children.
Angie Diale Death & Cause
Mam Angie Diale passed away on December 23 at Leratong Hospital after being transferred from Tshepo Themba Hospital due to shortness of breath. She passed on from Pneumonia complications. HIV
She was diagnosed with HIV over 20 years ago. Her passing on was confirmed by her family. May God be with her family in these sad and painful times. Rest in Peace Mama. Thank you for embracing our television screens for more than 20 years. (1966-2021).
Prophetess Nomsa Nkosi wrote while confirming her death on Facebook, “Receiving a call earlier today of your passing, that’s a call that one wishes to reverse. You served, loved, and saved many, your fear for the Lord left me in awe all the time. You moved at the instructions of the Lord without wavering.
It’s time now for you to be with your creator, sing and celebrate with the angels. May the Lord keep and comfort the Diale family, let’s keep them in our prayers. * Rise in glory Angie Diale (mam Angie)”
Mam Angie was married in her earlier years but the marriage ended due to its abusive nature. “Abuse of Women and Children affects all of us; it is a disease that destroys families and society. More often than not the abusers, criminals, and murderers are victims of abuse and they hurt, inflict pain, and abuse others because it is what they know,” she said in an interview.