AS IT HAPPENED: Campaigns for NDZ, Ramaphosa at Magaqa memorial
That concludes the Gauteng memorial service of the late ANCYL SG, Sindiso Magaqa.
A vote of thanks is being given. Again, another speaker apologises to the family for the disruptions.
Ramaphosa's supporters used Sindiso Magaqa's memorial service to pledge their support for DP Cyril Ramaphosa
Magaqa does not say anything about the disruptions during his nephew's memorial service
Magaqa extends an invite to everyone to go to KZN to bid Magaqa farewell on Saturday
Magaqa: "We are grateful for what e have heard, we will go home and tell the family who he was."
Magaqa: "We were reluctant to come here in the beginning... now I know we would have not heard what he was."
Magaqa: "We are still very sore about what happened but we hope the Lord will be with us until Saturday."
Magaqa: "We are proud and grateful to hear that Magaqa was a hero. He was humble, honest, disciplined."
The family (unlce Vuma Magaqa) is called to respond on behalf of the family.
Mabe says Magaqa never sang without whistling. "Sizomkhumbula ngekhwela, uMagaqa."
Mabe: "I am sorry my friend, I could not come and see you..."
Mabe: The Sindiso Magaqa Foundation will ensure that the children are clothed and continue to go to school.
Mabe announces that a foundation in Sindiso Magqa's name will be established to assist the family.
Mabe says debates about the leadership of the country cannot be resolved through the barrel of the gun.
Mabe says young people cannot be led by leaders "who sleep while on duty".