Gardner mourned

2013-10-15 00:00

ANC branches in Pietermaritzburg, known as the Moses Mabhida region, yesterday paid tribute to Professor Colin Gardner, who died in hospital last week.

Chairperson of the region Alpha Shelembe said the ANC deeply regretted the death of Gardner, who made an outstanding contribution towards non-racialism and democracy in the city. Shelembe said Gardner was a very active member of the ANC and served as chairperson of the Pietermaritzburg central areas branch for many years.

“By playing the role that he did, he made an important contribution to the country as a whole. We extend our deepest condolences to his wife, Mary, his children and his many friends and comrades,” Shelembe said.

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