Zuma visits Umvoti

2018-12-12 06:02
Former president Jacob Zuma with councillors Bhekisisa Madonsela, Thule Gwala, and speaker Wilson Khoza.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Former president Jacob Zuma with councillors Bhekisisa Madonsela, Thule Gwala, and speaker Wilson Khoza.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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FORMER president Jacob Zuma paid a courtesy call to both the local Umvoti Municipal office as well as the Pietermaritzburg, Imbali home of the beloved Thobani “TM” Matthew Ndaba.

Ndaba (44), who was the chief traffic officer at Umvoti Municipality, was shot 20 times while trying to get into his car at the municipal premises in early November.

Zuma, who is known and loved in the community, considered TM as a son and saw it fitting to pay his final respects to the local vanguard, albeit a bit late as he couldn’t attend the funeral­­.

This visit is yet another testimony of the greatness TM was and the impact on all those he met, prolific or ordinary.

Indeed, your legacy lives on Mthiyane, you will never be forgotten.

— Umvoti Municipality.

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