Price was a passionate advocate in his representation of his clients. Terry loved life and sport in particular. Rugby was his first love, with cricket a close second. He was well-read and well-travelled and enjoyed discussions on any topic of interest. He had a phenomenal knowledge of criminal law and procedure. He was a loyal bar man and gladly shared his knowledge with junior colleagues.
The SAPS has lost one of its reliable, dedicated and greatly respected leaders in the organisation. Lieutenant General Mfazi led by example and served this country with distinction until his death. He was an exemplary leader who was dedicated to the cause of serving and protecting the people of South Africa.
He was a pillar of COPE. He is a founder member who has built COPE to what it is today. He made a huge contribution to the freedom struggle - a selfless freedom fighter. He would be remembered for his sense of humour and he was a very family orientated person.
He was big on life and dedicated the last few years to the establishment of the Mzansi Kwaito and House Music. His commitment to MKHMA positively contributed to the elevation of the Kwaito and House Music Awards and we call out to all South Africans to remember Mr. Malinga for the contribution he made in unearthing upcoming musicians and catapulting to a higher level.