How did Hlengiwe Mkhize die? What was Hlengiwe Mkhize’s cause of death? A member of NEC (National Executive Committee) has been passed away and this news about her has been saddened lots of her followers. She was passed at aged 69. The Deputy Minister in the Presidency Hlengiwe Mkhize was most inspiring. She was the woman who worked for the women and youth. Her death is the most shocking news for her followers as they use to follow her. She was the icon lady for them. She passed on 16th September 2021.
Hlengiwe Mkhize’s cause of death?
There has been a statement passed by Presidency Spokesperson whose name is ‘Tyrone Seale, ‘she said that we will go to issue a statement for confirming her death.’ Well, let us confirm that there isn’t much information related to her date and the reason for her death is yet to be unveiled. Her fans and followers are taken to Twitter to show their grief and pay tribute to her. Her entire family members are in grief and it isn’t easy for them to bear her loss. She was the most inspiring and well-known lady in her family. She had been achieved a lot in her life and as of her age, she was still liked and known by the people.
Know more about Hlengiwe Mkhize:-
She was popularly known as the Minister of Higher Education and Training. And for this position, she was appointed by eh former president Jacob Zuma. And was also served as the Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services in the government of South Africa. While in the year 2018 she was plunder from the cabinet which was by the CGyril Ramphosa, a president. She was born on 6 September 1952.
In 1995 she was the trustee of the children and violence trust, on which she did her best and receive a loss of love from the audience. While from 1990 to 1995 she remains the senior researcher and a lecturer.
The entered youth is in grief as they lost the most motivating and inspiring personality. She served her many years to the trust and as the Deputy Minister.
know about her education:-
She was elected to the National Assembly of South Africa in the year 2009, she was seen as a part of the ANC (African National Congress). She completed her Bachelor’s in Psychology social work.