As tributes continue to pour in for the
late Former President Nelson Mandela several unions have shared their
The National Education Health and Allied
Workers Union said the nation and the entire world has lost a visionary leader
whose wisdom and courage was unmatched, and whose love for South Africa and its
people knew no bounds.
Nehawu Spokesperson Sizwe Pamla as working
people we will forever be thankful to Tata Mdiba for his dedication to the eradication
of institutional racism.
On the other hand the Food and Allied
Workers Union has called on South Africans to accept that Mandela lived a full
age and accomplished a lot in his life. From helping crush Apartheid and
building a new nation into helping defeat injustices and engineering
FAWU’s General Secretary Katishi Masemola said
we also celebrate his life. We hope that his legacy will live on.
Meanwhile the business community has also
joined in with tributes with the cape Chamber of
Commerce committing itself to further the vision of
The Chambers President Janine Myburgh said
they will continue in its efforts to unite African business and to work towards
a sustainable and competitive economy.
“It is however a day to celebrate his life
and what he did for our country and consequently business. He personified
dignity, integrity, and respect the world has lost a great friend,” Myburgh
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