When a person passes on, be it someone well known or someone who is not well known. It becomes a sad thing for everyone naturally. You don't have to know the person in order to understand how painful death is. No matter how much you dislike someone, it is not normal for anyone to celebrate someone's death.
If you celebrate someone's death, something is definitely not okay. It is even more scarier when you are doing that at a public space. There have been a number of people who are publicly celebrating the death of the Presidency Deputy Minister.
Instead of paying tributes, and focusing on things that currently matter. Some people are actually happy that there is now a vacancy. Others are happy that ministers and deputies are passing on. Some have even started with speculations that she could have died of the vaccine.
There Presidency has not released the cause of death yet, but some people are already asking if she had vaccinated, and if her death is a result of Covid-19 even though she had vaccinated. What People should remember is that, we are in the middle of a pandemic, but it does not mean every death is covid related. It is also dangerous to publicly speculate on things that have not yet been verified.
Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize was the Deputy Minister for Women, Youth and People with Disabilities in the Presidency, and she has has passed away. She was 69 years old at the time of her death. The cause of her death is still unclear at the moment, and the Presidency is yet to release a statement. Let's not speak ill of the dead. They have families mourning for them at the moment, and therefore should be respected. If you have nothing good to say to the family, it is okay not to say it at all.
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