How Linda juggles being a
She is a family-oriented person and gives time to her family. This she does by having a fulfilling relationship with her mother, Lucy N Dlamini, her in laws at Ezikhotheni Umphakatsi and nuclear family.
As a mother to three children who are in the three different age groups, she has learnt to treat them as individuals as they have different personalities and life pressures to deal with and she has to approach them differently.
She counts the lessons learnt from raising her children and uses them to assist her manage people in the workplace.
Her husband also holds a senior role as Lubombo Regional Secretary, "He too has his own needs that I have to address as his wife. He has been a pillar of strength for me and he has been my mentor, my anchor, friend and a shoulder to cry on during tough times."
His understanding of how government works has helped her in dealing with work pressure.
They have been together since 1992 up to now as they were initially first childhood friends and have kept the friendship to date. Her two daughters have grown, and they too take care of her in many ways inclusive moral and emotional support.
Her siblings support her as her brother, who owns MA Consulting engineers, Musa, has always been her friend in the family from childhood because he comes after her in the order of their birth and they live in the same neighbourhood.
His family also gives her moral