MaSisulu was a source of support to MK soldiers – minister

2011-06-03 10:59

Albertina Sisulu was an enormous source of support and comfort to Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) soldiers, Deputy Public Service Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has said.

He was speaking outside Sisulu’s home in Linden, Johannesburg, where the stalwart died while watching television last night.

“It’s really sad for us as MK,” said Dlodlo, who is also the secretary-general of the MK Military Veterans’ Association.

Sisulu gave her life so that others could have freedom and the franchise, he said. She had lived for her husband and her family, and service to others.

“She will be remembered as a role model and she will be a role model for generations to come.” 

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