Al­most all speak­ers who made re­marks dur­ing the de­ceased top pol i c e of f i c e r , De­tect i v e Su­per­in­ten­dent Solomon Sipho ‘Solo’ Mavuso’s me­mo­rial ser­vice de­scribed him as a man who was com­mit­ted to his work.

The lively me­mo­rial ser­vice of Mavuso was held yes­ter­day at the St Fran­cis High School Hall.

Peo­ple from all parts of the coun­try, in­clud­ing his for­mer col­leagues, came in their num­bers to be part of the me­mo­rial of the no-non­sense of­fi­cer.

Mavuso died on Mon­day while un­der­go­ing treat­ment at the Mba­bane Clinic. He was Head of t he Cri mi­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tions Depart­ment (CID) at the Mba­bane Po­lice Sta­tion (Desk Of­fi­cer).

Speak­ing on be­half of the de­parted of­fi­cers friends (the Garage So­cial Team), Sam Mthembu said Mavuso was a ded­i­cated, pas­sion­ate, hard­work­ing and hon­est in­di­vid­ual, who stayed true to his badge.

“Aben­ga­vani Mavuso neliphoy­isa le­liv­i­laphako. Mavuso bekan­ga­vani neliphoy-

Wife to the late top de­tec­tive Solomon Mavuso, Phumzile, be­ing com­forted by rel­a­tives dur­ing his me­mo­rial ser­vice held at the St Fran­cis High School yes­ter­day. Mavuso was laid to rest this morn­ing at his home Nko­mazi.

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