Businessman to be laid to rest

2016-05-19 06:00
Port Shepstone businessman Hopson Shezi will be laid to rest on Saturday. Photo: supplied

Port Shepstone businessman Hopson Shezi will be laid to rest on Saturday. Photo: supplied

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LOCAL businessman and executive member of the South Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Hopson Shezi will be laid to rest on Saturday.
Shezi died last Thursday after being involved in a serious car accident at the beginning of April on the N2 as he was driving to Mthatha.

Speaking on behalf of the family, T.T. Mkhize said the funeral will be held at Port Shepstone High. Proceedings with will commence at 10am.

The chamber’s president Vijay Naidoo expressed his shock about Shezi’s death.
“On behalf of the Exco and members of the chamber we wish to express our sadness at the loss of a dear colleague.
“The business community has lost a humble servant who served the local economy with the utmost integrity. He has however, left an enduring legacy in the town and our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this difficult time,” said Naidoo.
A memorial service was held yesterday (Wednesday) at Uvongo Town Hall.


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