Myeni is seeking South African citizenship in the hopes that her children, Nsizwa and Lindeni, can grow up in their father’s home country and learn more about their roots.
Last week, Lindsay said a final goodbye to her late husband, Lindani who was shot dead by Hawaii police last month during an altercation.
Myeni died in hospital after being shot four times by Honolulu police during an altercation that led to his fatal shooting.
Police were responding to an alleged burglary when Myeni who was born and raised in eSikhaleni was shot four times.
Lindsay has expressed gratitude to the South African government for its support, and for providing justice for her husband.
She is now asking them for assistance in giving herself and Lindeni citizenship, as Nsizwa already has citizenship having been born in the country.
“Myself and Lindeni are here on a holiday visa on an American passport, hoping for the South African government to assist us with citizenship,” said Lindsay.
“Since we came back after this horrific incident, we have been staying with Lindani’s family in eSikhaleni. It has been great having their support during this emotional time in our lives. I would like to remain in South Africa to ensure my children live in their home country, learning their roots and speaking Zulu fluently.”
She said the South African government is continuing to look into Lindani’s case.