Sicelo Shiceka dead

2012-04-30 11:01
Johannesburg - Former co-operative governance and traditional affairs minister Sicelo Shiceka has died in the Eastern Cape.

The ANC confirmed Shiceka’s death on Monday.

"He passed on this morning in hospital following a long illness," ANC spokesperson Keith Khoza told Sapa.

Shiceka was fired last year after Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released a report which found, among other things, that Shiceka had abused public funds.

He had been on sick leave for months last year before eventually being sacked by President Jacob Zuma.

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