02 March 2015
The Congress of the People has
welcomed the two bodies of the struggle icons Moses Kotana and JB Marks.
Their bodies arrived on Sunday
morning at the Waterkool Airbase.
A government delegation led by the Minister of
Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa, president Jacob Zuma and Minister of Defence
Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula welcomed the two bodies in Waterkloof Airbase near
Cope said that it is
convinced, more than ever before, that the best way to honour the fallen heroes
of the struggle, is to continue the fight to end the poverty and inequality
that blight our society.
Cope’s Denni Bloem says “COPE wants to share
in the joy and happiness with the families of Moses Kotane and JB Marks in
their home coming.
The two outstanding leaders of our people who
fought for this freedom that many take it for granted today.
Bloem added that if these two
leaders were still alive, they would have been very disappointed and fed to see
what is happening in this country, Bloem added.
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