Chabane was killed in a fender bender on March 15, 2015.
Mabuza said Chabane will be associated with various properties including his effortlessness and modesty.
"The late Ohm Collins Chabane will perpetually be recognized as an appreciated and regarded nationalist for his straightforwardness, lowliness, astuteness and obligation to serve every one of our kin and our development," Mabuza said.
In Chabane's honor, Mabuza further dedicated to cooperate with the Limpopo common government on different inheritance projects zeroing in on destitution lightening and youth improvement.
Chabane and his two defenders – Sergeant Lesiba Sekele and Sergeant Lawrence Lentsoane – were killed when the vehicle they were going in slammed into a truck on the N1 interstate in Limpopo in the early long stretches of March 15, 2015.
At that point, public representative for the ANC Zizi Kodwa said Chabane was one of the "most dedicated frameworks" of the ANC's battle development.
Chabane was an all-rounder who was great in sport just as a decent attorney.
"(He was) exceptionally focused, extremely devoted as far as his work, extremely engaged."
"He assumed a significant part in the improvement of the ANC constitution and similarly assumed a part in the advancement of South Africa's Constitution."
"He followed and comprehended our standard … we are serving individuals, not us," Kodwa said.
South Africa's then president Jacob Zuma additionally communicated shock at Chabane's demise at that point.
"President Jacob Zuma is disheartened to declare the less than ideal demise of the Minister of Public Service and Administration, Mr Collins Chabane in a fender bender in the early hours of toward the beginning of today," then, at that point, administration representative Mac Maharaj said.
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