Death strikes South Africa again at its core. People are dying on a daily basis, it is heartbreaking to see how the world has changed, change because of an invisible enemy. The pandemic has taken so much away from us and it will continue to take away from us. Sad reality is that some people who are fit and healthy still die after contracting the disease. Some people see living now as a big gift from God. Indeed, you did not know when you were going to die and this might be your last day on this planet. You have to make the best out of it, as your last day, as it might hurt some of your close friends and family members.
The Inkatha Freedom Party, which is led by the famous Mangosuthu Butheledzi, lost one of his important colleagues. They came out on their Twitter account to announce the sad passing of one of their members. It is heartbreaking because this is going to dismantle their party and their mission that they have put on plan. Everyone plays a pivotal role in a party, when they are no more it is difficult to gather what they were planning and give them someone who can replicate the same thing.
“Pic Credit : supplied, As the IFP is mourning the death of its National Youth Brigade chair Mthokozisi Nxumalo, those who served with him in the party are devastated.” Mthokosizi had a bright future, but unfortunately his life was cut short. This young man should not be forgotten, as he had plans for South Africans and was already working for people. It is traumatizing to lose young people, as they are the future of this nation. A true leader has been lost. Death not be proud, rest easy Mthokozisi Nxumalo.
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