Families have been bereaved in the most terrible way possible by death. Knowing that you will never see or hear your loved ones again is one of life's most heartbreaking experiences. Because losing a loved one is so difficult, no one wants to go through it. Sadly, Julius Malema, the EFF's president, was one of four key EFF members killed in a horrible vehicle accident. At the time of the disaster, they were a group of four people returning from work.
These four members were energetic and full of promise for the future. That their lives have to come to an end in such a horrible manner is heartbreaking. Andrinicah Malete, 30, Nozuko Maodi, 26, Melita Mashamaote, 28, and Johannes Mashamaite, 22, are the four people who have been identified. Families must be in a state of shock as they prepare to say their final goodbyes to their loved ones in this manner.
This will cause them distress for the rest of their lives. Even though they were young and had a promising future ahead of them, things did not go as planned for them. People from all around Mpumalanga gathered today to say their final goodbyes at a memorial service for the deceased. Their funeral was attended by Floyd Shivambu, a well-known EFF leader. Due to the circumstances, it was only right that the EFF should be responsible for their funeral.
They have been described as fearless, loving souls who embraced everyone in their lives. This is a great loss for the party. This is going to have a profound effect on the lives of their loved ones. Comment below with your thoughts and be sure to subscribe for additional updates.
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