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2023-06-29 2:10 PM

Premier of Limpopo Province Mourns the Loss of his Dedicated Wife, Maggie Mathabatha

  • President Cyril Ramaphosa expresses condolences to Premier Chupu Stanley Mathabatha on the passing of his wife, Mrs. Maggie Mathabatha. The President acknowledges the loss and extends sympathies to the Mathabatha family and the administration of Limpopo Province.
  • Maggie Mathabatha, a community-focused leader, dedicated herself to the development and dignity of the people of Limpopo. Her efforts included initiatives for housing opportunities, food security, and support for people with disabilities. Her work complemented the government's efforts led by Premier Mathabatha and the provincial Executive.
  • The passing of Mrs. Mathabatha leaves a void in the hearts of the people of Limpopo. President Ramaphosa and the nation join them in mourning and offering prayers for her soul to rest in peace. Her legacy as a champion of positive change will continue to inspire others to make a difference in their communities.
By Miriam Matoma

President Cyril Ramaphosa has offered his heartfelt condolences to Premier of Limpopo Province, Chupu Stanley Mathabatha, on the untimely passing of his wife, Mrs. Maggie Mathabatha. Mrs. Mathabatha passed away on Wednesday, June 28, following a short illness, leaving behind a legacy of community service and dedication.

In a statement released by the Office of the President, President Ramaphosa expressed his sympathies, stating, “My thoughts and those of the National Executive, as well as the nation, are with Premier Mathabatha, his family, and the administration of Limpopo in this moment of loss.” The President acknowledged Mrs. Mathabatha’s commitment to the development and dignity of the people of Limpopo through various community-oriented initiatives.

Maggie Mathabatha was widely recognized as a community-focused leader who dedicated herself to improving the lives of the people of Limpopo. Her efforts were particularly focused on housing opportunities, food security, and support for individuals with disabilities. Through her work, Mrs. Mathabatha sought to uplift and empower communities, serving as an exemplary complement to the government’s initiatives led by Premier Mathabatha and the provincial Executive.

President Ramaphosa praised Mrs. Mathabatha’s invaluable contributions, emphasizing that her involvement with communities had a profound impact on the lives of many. Her dedication and unwavering commitment to the well-being of others exemplified her role as a champion of positive change within Limpopo.

The President’s message of condolence extends to the people of Limpopo, who mourn the loss of Maggie Mathabatha. President Ramaphosa joined them in their sorrow, offering shared prayers for Mrs. Mathabatha’s soul to rest in peace. Her passing leaves a void in the hearts of those who knew her and a lasting impact on the communities she served.

As the news of Mrs. Mathabatha’s passing spreads, individuals from all walks of life have come forward to pay their respects and share their memories of her transformative work. The legacy she leaves behind will continue to inspire future generations to strive for positive change and make a difference in their communities.

The Mathabatha family, along with the administration of Limpopo Province, will undoubtedly find solace in the outpouring of support and condolences from across the nation. The memory of Mrs. Maggie Mathabatha will be cherished, and her contributions to the betterment of Limpopo will be remembered with deep appreciation.

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Miriam Matoma

Miriam is a freelance writer, she covers economics and government news for Rateweb. You can contact her on: Email: miriam@rateweb.co.za Twitter: @MatomaMiriam