Who Is Ronnie Mamoepa? Late government spokesperson honoured

Recently, the late spokesperson for the government, Ronald Mamoepa who was also referred to as Ronnie Mamoepa, was honored at Freedom Park in Pretoria. According to the reports, Ronnie Mamoepa’s stature associated with personalities like Chris Hani, Charlotte Maxeke, Ruth First, Govan Mbeki, Zachariah Keodirelang “ZK” Matthews, and Lilian Ngoyi, was confirmed at Freedom Park in Pretoria during a wreath-laying ceremony held this week. In addition, in honor of him, Ronnie Moepa Foundation was also launched at Freedom Park during the wreath-laying ceremony. You are requested to follow this article to know the theme of the ceremony and more details about the late spokesperson of the government, in the following sections of this article. Scroll down the screen.

Ronnie Mamoepa

Who Is Ronnie Mamoepa?

During the wreath-laying ceremony at Freedom Park, deputy president Paul Mashatile laid a wreath in memory of the late presidential spokesperson Ronnie Mamoepa. Reports suggested that the commemoration was graced by Paul Mashatile under the theme “Recommitting the legacy of Ronnie Mamoepa through social activism”. In addition, the deputy president also gave the keynote address and saw guests observe the wreath-laying at the Wall of Names. During the wreath-laying ceremony, the family and friends of Ronnie Mamoepa were also presented at the Freedom Park in Pretoria. Swipe down the page and take a look below for more details.

The late presidential spokesperson Ronnie Mamoepa passed away in 2017 when he was serving as the spokesperson for Cyril Ramaphosa, then-deputy president. Ronnie Mamoepa was a consummate professional characterized by intelligence, kindness, integrity, and humor. More about him, he was a loyal and dedicated worker o the people, who earned his stripes during the youth movement, various national departments, and Parliament. Deputy President Paul Mashatile described him as a dear friend, comrade, and struggle hero. Continue reading this article and learn more details.

Paul Mashatile added, “When it was not fashionable, Ronnie, from the dusty streets of Pheli (Atteridgeville), joined the movement to fight for freedom. We are indeed today almost 30 years into freedom and democracy, and this is because of the sacrifices and contributions of Ronnie and his generation.” He kept on saying during the commemoration, “The youth at the time never stood on the side. They, like Ronnie, opposed the apartheid tyranny. He understood that his future and that of his offspring and generations depended on him.” Ronnie helped in building the ANC in Gauteng. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

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