Hlomuka has also expressed his heartfelt condolences to the uMzumbe local municipality and the family of the late Janet Thembi Radebe (68) following her sudden passing.
“Councillor Radebe served in the council since the local government election in 2016 and has greatly contributed towards the improvement of lives in this deeply rural municipality. As the sphere of local government, we mourn this great loss. Our councillors make immeasurable sacrifices in fulfilling their roles in our communities and when one of them passes away, it deeply hurts,” said Hlomuka.
During this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with the uMzumbe municipality, the Radebe family and the late councillor’s political party who all lost a dedicated person who always put the needs of her community first.
For more information contact: KZN Cogta spokespersons Lennox Mabaso, 082 884 2403; or Senzelwe Mzila, 082 474 1882