President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a special official funeral for the late struggle stalwart John Nkadimeng, who died at the age of 93.
Nkadimeng passed away on Thursday. He was bestowed with the honour of Isithwalandwe at his home in Kew last year.
Ramaphosa said that the country had lost a remarkable man and described the activist as a selfless and courageous stalwart who contributed immensely to South Africa’s democracy.
Nkadimeng was among the 156 congress activists who were detained during the defiance campaign in 1952 and charged with treason in the 1956 treason trial.
He also went to exile, taking refuge in numerous neighboring countries.
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Much loved SA celebrity Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung, has admitted that he has been singing a well-known song wrong for more than a decade.
Somizi took to Instagram where he shared a video letting his fans and followers know that he’s been singing the lyrics to “Sarafina’s” “Zibuyile Emasisweni” wrong, even though he was a part of the “Sarafina” stage play for five years. continue reading