ROBERT MARAWA’S ex-lover and baby mama Zoe Mthiyane was there to support the Marawa family in its time of need.
It seems the two have smoked a peace pipe after their break-up.
Zoe flew to Durban on Friday, to support her baby daddy Robert, who was burying his dad, Frank Marawa.
She took along their son.
Marawa’s fiancée Pearl Thusi was not at the funeral, as she was in the US due to commitments.
Zoe sat with the Marawas as a show of support.

When it was time to go to the cemetery, the programme director announced that the Marawas had requested only close family members due to the limited space.
But Zoe gathered with family members and walked behind the coffin, carrying a floral wreath.
Robert’s sister, Vanessa Marawa, was also there, along with their other siblings.
Approached by Sunday Sun, Zoe said she was there for her son: “I’m here to support no one but my boy.”
Sources at the funeral told Sunday Sun that Zoe regretted taking Robert to court. And that she was doing all in her power to prove to him she was sorry.
“Taking the father of her child to court was a stupid decision. But she didn’t see it at that time because she was still blinded by Lebo M’s love,” the source said. “Now she regrets it, and wishes she could turn back the clock.”
But Zoe refused to comment on that.
“I’m not going to comment on allegations. And now I have no time, as we are going to the cemetery,” she said.
Frank Marawa’s funeral was attended by prominent people the like of Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, SABC Group Executive of Corporate Affairs Hlaudi Mostoeneng, KZN health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo and ANC Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize, among others.
Tbo Touch, Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela and DJs Sphectacula, Naves and Criselda Dudumashe also attended the funeral.
Frank Marawa (86) died last Wednesday after a long illness.
At the funeral, speakers praised him for being humble, opinionated and a successful businessman.
In his memorial speech, Hlaudi boasted that he had saved Robert Marawa’s job.
“I’m here because I know Robert,” Hlaudi said. “When I came to the SABC, Robert was on his way out.
“But I changed that. I said they mustn’t release him, because he’s a talent.”