He will be remembered for his professionalism, dignity, humour, and without a doubt for his ability to make the best potjie.
He was a very reliable and honest comrade. He knew no other life outside of the ANC and was a very committed and dedicated comrade. He was a gallant and principled cadre. No task was too small for him. Even with his health challenges he became active in the Stalwarts and Veterans collective.
She was a committed and devoted member who carried out her responsibilities with grace and compassion, a Comrade who believed in working together to improve the lives of South Africans.
Marlene has been working in the kitchen of the residence since 2005 where for years residents have known her as "the aunt with the friendly face" and she was known for being able to have a good laugh. We will remember her as someone who was extremely helpful. She was always friendly and you always caught her with a smile. She was someone for whom life was fun, that's for sure.
He was a loving husband, a good honest friend who told it like it was and was always willing to help those in need. He was a gentle giant with a heart after God. He was a good father to his daughters and always made sure that they had everything they needed.
He will be remembered for his passion for music and his love for the entertainment industry. He was kind, soft, caring, humble and selfless in all his ways. He was loved by so many and always had endless love to give to the people in his life. He was always willing to extend a helping hand to family, friends and even strangers. He was incredibly funny and light-hearted about life and lived every second to the utmost best.
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