She will be buried next to her mother Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at the Fourways Memorial Park.
"We are happy to have given her a attractive and celebratory send-off".
He said the family has chosen to bury her on Friday and not on Saturday as 18 July would be her father Nelson Mandela's birthday. "She was diversified, kind, loving and true to herself".
She died in a Johannesburg hospital in the early hours of Monday morning at the age of 59.
TimesLIVE reported on Tuesday that Mandla Mandela had penned a moving farewell to Zindzi.
Zindzi was South Africa's ambassador to Denmark and was designated to become head of mission in Monrovia, Liberia. "I can't describe the feeling, it's been an unfortunate loss." he said.
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"But there were other tests that were conducted and my mother did in fact test positive for COVID-19 on the day of her passing", Zondwa told SABC News.
"When people like Mama Zindzi succumb to this invisible enemy, we are shattered". She was fearless. She spoke her mind, " Julius Malema leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party said. We are in disbelief, but there is nothing we can do.
"She cut a colossal figure for someone still in her teens when she defied the authorities and read her father's refusal of PW Botha's conditional release".
The Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation in a statement said Winnie Mandela and her daughters, Zindzi and Zenani, "played a critical role symbolising the humanity and steadfastness of the anti-apartheid struggle" for the 27 years that Mandela was imprisoned. "The speech that she delivered in 1985 in Soweto resonates not only true to South Africans, but to people around the world, so it is a very sad day indeed", Radebe said.
Due to the current global health crisis, this will be the first-ever Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture to be hosted virtually, live from the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg and the United Nations in New York City.