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A MEMORIAL service for Soweto educationist Thamsanqa Wilkinson Kambule will be held tomorrow.
Kambule, 88, died 10 days ago after a short illness. He was cremated last week.
Some of those he shaped and influenced include Nobel Prize winner former archbishop Desmond Tutu, former police boss Jackie Selebi, journalists Phil Molefe and Joe Thloloe, and soccer boss Kaizer Motaung.
The memorial service will be held at the Orlando Communal Hall from noon to 2pm.
Morakile Shuenyane, one of the service organisers, said yesterday: "His family and pupils at Orlando High School will walk with his ashes to the communal hall. It will be Kambule's last walk from Orlando High.
"The key speaker at the service will be Professor Gessler Nkondo. He not only conferred a doctorate from Wits University on Kambule but he knew him from the time he was a student.
"Former president Thabo Mbeki will also be one of the speakers."
In 2002 Mbeki honoured Kambule with the Order of the Baobab in gold for his contribution to mathematics teaching, human development and community service.
Wits University awarded him a doctor of science degree in 1997 and the University of Pretoria honoured him with a doctorate of education in 2006.
Shuenyane said the memorial service would be under five themes: Kambule the student, Kambule the maestro, Kambule the leader, Kambule the teacher and Kambule the kingmaker.
An initiative to start a Museum of Black Excellence in Soweto in honour of Kambule will be announced tomorrow.