ANC EC MOURNS THE PASSING AWAY OF CDE FIPAZA (MAJEKE)

The African National Congress (ANC) in the Eastern Cape mourns the passing away of struggle activist , Comrade Nolubabalo”Nobuntu Koko” Fipaza ( Majeke) after she has not been well for some time.

A political activist from a young age, Comrade Nolubabalo fought to ensure that women were an integral part of the liberation struggle and should assume their rightful place in society.

She left the country after the Kwezela Shootout at Mchubakazi, Butterworth in 1981 after a tip off that the special branch of South Africa were about to arrest her.

She skipped the country at the instruction of the ANC to join our glorious movement in Lesotho in 1981 and proceeded to Lusaka in Zambia. She was deployed at Makeni Clinic in Lusaka. Comrade Nolubabalo was later assigned to establish DAKAWA Medical Clinic in Tanzania Morogoro. She went to study at the Leeds University where she obtained Master’s Degree in Health Promotion.

Comrade Nolubabalo returned to the country and served at the Walter Sisulu University as a lecturer from 1999 until she went on retirement in 2020 and continued her political activism at ANC Ward 16 Branch, ku -Khambi at KSD Sub-Region as a member in good standing.

We wish to extend our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family for the loss of a caring mother, an epitome of moral values, human dignity, respect and revolutionary discipline.

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ISSUED BY THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS-EASTERN CAPE PROVINCE

Enquiries:

Cde Gift Ngqondi

Provincial Head of Communications

Mobile No :?0849519924 /?0848439706

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