KZN MEC Laid To Rest

Written by on 21 January, 2021

By: Bongani Gina and Mfundo Mabaso

The late KwaZulu-Natal Transport and Community Safety MEC Bheki Ntuli has been described as a committed community worker and developer.

Ntuli, who succumbed to COVID-19 related death is being laid to rest at Esikhawini, north coast of the province.

He is being afforded an official cartegory 1 provincial state funeral.

Provincial Premier, Sihle Zikalala, said the province has lost a peace ambassador and a champion of the poor and the working class.

“For Mphemba, the struggle was not positions, but for the service to the movement and the people. He never fought fro positions, ” adds Zikalala

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Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula said Ntuli understood that the fundamental principle is that leaders are elected to represent the people, to implement their mandate.

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KZN Provincial Legislature Speaker, Nontombeko Boyce proudly described Ntuli as a colleague who was always focused on how the legislation and services delivered, impacted on the people on the ground.

“He did this by never imposing himself nor his experience but being able to serve, represent, lead, interact and smile at the end,” explains Boyce

 


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