Khusela Diko's husband Chief Thandisizwe Diko passes away
The husband of suspended Presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko, Chief Thandisizwe Diko, has passed away.
Diko passed away at an Eastern Cape hospital.
Diko took a leave of absence in July last year after it emerged her husband was awarded a multi-million rand tender by the Gauteng government to provide personal protective equipment.
The KwaBhaca Great Kingdom has released a statement announcing the news.
KwaBhaca Great Kingdom Statement on the passing of King Madzikane II Diko pic.twitter.com/LkcZ4QVvCk— ATHI GELEBA 🇿🇦 (@AthiGeleba) February 22, 2021
Source : Twitter
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