Mr Lutendo Sigogo

2021-08-16T10:21:03+02:00July 31st, 2021|Limpopo|

Sigogo was a formidable advocate for transformation in the legal profession, having begun practicing as a candidate attorney between 1995 and 1997 with the University of Venda Legal Aid Clinic. He went on to fulfill significant roles in various forums of the legal profession. We have lost [a] dedicated champion of transformation. His contributions will undoubtedly form the pillars of a representative and accessible service to our people.

Mr Jacobus Frederick van Wyk

2021-08-16T10:20:34+02:00July 31st, 2021|Northern Cape|

Oom Boeboe was a great leader and community activist, who always had the interest of the most vulnerable at heart. Mr Boeboe van Wyk had a great passion for the well-being and development of people and their communities. His love for reading spurred him on to write five books detailing history and community stories. He was an ardent supporter and lover of rugby and spoke with passion of the National team and the beautiful game. The people of the Northern Cape benefitted greatly from his leadership and servant-hood. He leaves behind a rich legacy of love for the people of this Province and their growth.

Dr Johan van Zyl

2021-08-16T10:20:41+02:00July 30th, 2021|Gauteng|

Dr Van Zyl was described as having an "uncanny sense" of knowing what consumers want. But for all his successes in the corporate world, what 'The Doc' will be remembered for the most was his humanity - his ability to remember the name of each and every person he came into contact with, his self-deprecating sense of humour that immediately put everyone at ease, and his comprehensive wealth of general knowledge. He was also an amazing human being – for those of us who were fortunate to work closely with Johan, we will always remember him as an aspiring mentor, who had a story to share on any topic and who truly cared about people. His tireless efforts for our company, industry and country will be sorely missed.

Mr Jerome Cupido

2021-08-20T10:32:37+02:00July 29th, 2021|Western Cape|

He was a selfless leader who had a passion for helping others. He was a role model who would empty his pockets to feed the needy. He would always prioritize the elderly and the youth in his community. He was especially concerned about the widows and single mothers who had to care for their children alone. He was an asset to the community. He lived a life of being an example to others. A well-respected person.

Mr Sandile Mchunu

2021-08-02T14:11:55+02:00July 25th, 2021|Kwazulu Natal|

A humble man, but always positive, a gentle soul, with a lovely laugh that brightened our days here at BR – no matter the prevailing environment. Always willing to go the extra mile, he had a bright future ahead of him. We journalists tend to be desk-bound and lazy. However, Sandile, with his thirst for life, ran the comrades.

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