AmaZulu Football Club is deeply saddened by the passing of its former Chairman, David Dlamini who tragically succumbed to diabetes at the age 86-years.
“Dlamini was a stalwart of AmaZulu FC. During his tenure as Chairman, he guided Usuthu to the 1992 Coca-Cola Cup victory together with Clive Barker as coach – which was the club’s last major trophy,” said AmaZulu FC President and owner, Sandile Zungu.
“He will forever go into the echelons of AmaZulu for his immense contribution to this great club,” added Zungu.
The news of Dlamini’s tragic death were confirmed by his second youngest daughter Ms Sthembile Dlamini. “Our father passed away at his home in Ulundi, eMahlabathini. As a family we are extremely proud of his achievements as on of the top football administrators and his contribution to the success of AmaZulu FC,” expressed Ms Dlamini.
The entire AmaZulu FC family extend their heartfelt condolences and appreciation to the Dlamini family.
“Sithi’ Lala Ngokuthula Dlamini Jama ka Sjadu, Fakade, Ngxib’inoboya, Salothi”