'What a calm soul': nurse describes late minister Jackson Mthembu

A nurse who looked after the late minister Jackson Mthembu while he was in hospital described him as a “calm” and “humble soul”.

2021-01-24 01:31:00 PM

A nurse who looked after the late minister Jackson Mthembu while he was in hospital described him as a “calm” and “humble soul”.

A nurse who looked after the late minister Jackson Mthembu while he was in hospital described him as a “calm” and “humble soul”.

She said when she offered Mthembu breakfast on Wednesday, a day after he was admitted to hospital, he told her that his wife would bring food.“We had a conversation that day as if we had known each other for a long time.“He called me. He opened his phone and showed me one of his videos. It was Bheki Cele dancing. He said when he left the hospital he would show him how to dance.”

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Salute to Nurses. We pray for u. ...because he was treated differently, with food from home, a fridge, wife and kids and others could visit him! Screw all that! I'm not moved by that speech!