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Sad day: as more problems befall President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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Sad day: as more problems befall President Cyril Ramaphosa. President Cyril Ramaphosa has shared how sad he is over the passing of Ebrahim, a veteran warfare and former Representative Minister of international Relations and Participation, Ebrahim “Companion Ebby.”


Ebrahim was 85 years old when he passed away yesterday. Ramaphosa sympathies to “Confidant Ebby” Shannon Ebrahim’s mate, family, companions, partners, and his partner who partook in the freedom improvement.

Ramaphosa states: “He is truly a gentle progressive’, and his own modesty had faith in his valiant convictions and a firm, principled manner to cope with life and world undertakings. “His boldness, strength, and duty to harmony and safety all over the planet have made our country, our mainland, and the world an advanced place. Ebrahim, conceived July 1,1937. Partaken in the freedom improvement at 18 years old and carried on with his life in the struggle against politically-sanctioned racial segregation.

Ebrahim was part of the people who took part in the ‘ Congress campaign that caused the reception of the Free Sanction in 1955 and was restrained by the ANC.

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In 1961 he become a part of theUmkontuweshiswe and went on to be recorded as the major litigant with 18 colleagues in the politically-sanctioned racial segregation initial in Peter Maritzberg for a very long time at Roben island. In 1980 he was publicly disgraced and banished and when he came back he became the ANC’s Public Leader Council.


After his return from being banished in August 1997, he was selected director of the Strategic Commission and an individual from the Joint Choice Council on Knowledge. In July 2002 Ebrahim left Parliament and became VP’s Senior Political Economy Consultant and from 2009 to 2014, he was Appointee Clergyman of Worldwide Relations and Collaboration and later a Parliamentary Counsel to the Official Castle.