South African Municipal Staff’ Union (Samwu) president, John Dlamini has died.
The union introduced that he died after a short sickness on Thursday morning on the age of 53.
The union mentioned Dlamini was a policeman by coaching and repair.
Within the early 90s, he was elected as a councillor on the borough of Howick municipality (now the Umgeni native municipality).
He additionally served because the council’s deputy council clerk (deputy mayor).
He was later elected because the union’s regional secretary and deputy provincial chairperson until he climbed as much as being the union’s KwaZulu-Natal provincial chairperson.
He was additionally Cosatu deputy provincial chairperson within the province.
Dlamini was elected in 2012 as Samwu’s first deputy president until 2019.
He was elevated to the Union’s president place by way of election in Mangaung in April 2019.
“We decrease our banners in honour of Comrade John, we salute him for the dedication, love, ardour and dedication that he had for Samwu, its members and staff on the whole.
“We ship our heartfelt condolences to the Dlamini household, associates, colleagues, members and municipal staff on the whole,” the union mentioned.
The union mentioned that his funeral and memorial service preparations will probably be disclosed after his household makes the choice.