Mzansi has taken to social media to react to the funeral of Jackson Mthembu as they pay show their last respect.
Some gave some consideration to President Cyril Ramaphosa who has had to deal with something no South African president has ever had to before. The renowned politician was confirmed dead after suffering from complications of the deadly COVID-19.
Many people looked back at Mthembu and how much he meant to the people of South Africa.
#RIPJacksonMthembu President @CyrilRamaphosa with Mrs Thembi Mthembu, wife to the late Minister Jackson Mthembu at the church for the #JacksonMthembuFuneral Service pic.twitter.com/HoAl5J4fYZ
— Presidency | South Africa (@PresidencyZA) January 24, 2021
Politicians can learn a lot from Jackson Mthembu, & stop stealing to fund their expensive lives they can’t afford in affluent suburbs. Even after being shot & wounded, he continued to live in his hometown modest house; no electric fence, no guard room.
— Vami S (@SimplyVamiS) January 24, 2021
He’s led the country in the most difficult time.
No one ever led the country during a pandemic.
We’ve seen him cry on national TV.
Remain strong Mongameli.#JacksonMthembuFuneral pic.twitter.com/q62w8h1ZZh
— Mjolo-The-Pandemic (@thirstysphe) January 24, 2021
The Jackon Mthembu we know #JacksonMthembuFuneral pic.twitter.com/ru7s9y1coX
— Let’s talk maximum-wage (@davidsiphiwe) January 24, 2021
Glad to see the people of eMalahleni out in numbers, regardlessof the rain, Paying their last respect to one of their own, Salute #JacksonMthembuFuneral pic.twitter.com/G2puli0XbF
— Bonnie (@khoza_bonnie) January 24, 2021
Seeing Mrs Thembi Mthembu crying inconsabley as her husband’s body is lowered into the ground is heartbreaking. I am unable to can, this is so painful to watch. She is now a widow and her children are without a father, kwaze kabuhlungu.#JacksonMthembuFuneral #RIPJacksonMthembu
— S’khulile Ngcobo (@KhulyN) January 24, 2021
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