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TV presenter Vuyo Mbuli dies

2013-05-19 07:05
 
Vuyo Mbuli
Johannesburg – Well-known TV presenter Vuyo Mbuli has died.

Eyewitness News reported that Mbuli collapsed at the Free State stadium on Friday night while watching the rugby game between the Cheetahs and the Reds.

Some reports stated that he had a heart attack.

Mbuli was rushed to hospital and he passed away on Sunday morning.

Mbuli made his television debut in 1993 and spent the largest part of his career working at the SABC, becoming a popular face on morning shows.

UPDATE:  SA mourns Vuyo Mbuli's death
President Jacob Zuma, political parties and the broadcasting community expressed shock and sadness on Sunday at the death of SABC television and radio presenter Vuyo Mbuli.

Vuyo Mbuli leaves a legacy, says SABC
SABC radio and television presenter Vuyo Mbuli has left a legacy for the country's youth, the public broadcaster's CEO Lulama Mokhobo said on Monday.

Tributes our in for 'Sharp Sharp' Mbuli
President Jacob Zuma, political parties and the broadcasting community paid tribute on Sunday to SABC television and radio presenter Vuyo Mbuli.

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