The ANC has been stung again again by the death of one of its key members in KwaZulu-Natal, just under two weeks before local government elections may begin. Death is the cruelest thing on this planet, and despite the fact that we are constantly confronted with it, we can never get used to the fact that we will undoubtedly leave this planet at some point in our lives, but we are consoled by the fact that death is an ephemeral recumbent hibernation, whereas Heaven is the ultimate terminus.
An ANC councillor candidate in KwaZulu-Natal was shot and killed on Friday, according to Enca. He ran for a ward in Cato Crest, Durban, according to eNCA.
In all honesty, when someone dies, whether or not he or she was well-known, those left behind, particularly family members, friends, and to some extent coworkers, are left in a state of profound grief. When the person who died was still in their youth, full of potential and with the world at their feet, the pain is amplified.
Many South Africans were startled by the killing of an ANC councillor candidate in KwaZulu-Natal, particularly those who are familiar with or have followed South African politics in recent years.
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