KZN luminous stars and Motsweding FMs DJ to be laid rest this week

This was confirmed by the Premier of KZN Sihle Zikalala.

“While the pain of the loss of these luminous stars is still too hard to bear, their legacy will never be erased from our hearts and minds.

“We will daily strive to end poverty and bring hope and dignity to our people.”

Nzimande will be laid to rest on Wednesday, at his birth place of ePhatheni, in Richmond.

“Flags will accordingly fly at half-mast as directed by the president, in line with the policy governing provincial official funeral category 1,” Zikalala added.

The funeral services will be streamed live on all the provincial government’s online platforms, while adjusted level 3 regulations and Covid-19 protocols will be observed at both funerals.

Ntuli died on Saturday at a Durban hospital due to Covid-19 complications, while Nzimande died on Friday.

Image (‘Radio-man’ Welcome “Bodloza” Nzimande will be buried this week).

Meanwhile, Motsweding FM’s DJ Kabelo Molopyane will be laid to rest in North West province, reports Sydney MORWENG.

Reports suggested he died due to Covid-19 related causes but this was disputed by the family.

An uncle of the family pointed out that ‘KB’ as he was known to his peers and listeners, complaint of chest pains upon waking –up and immediately went to hospital for examination.

The young broadcaster who had a sterling career at the SABC leaves behind four kids and a partner.

‘KB’ was influential in both sport reporting and as a show host.

Robala ka kgotso Mokoena…

BoMolopyane robalang ka ntho madi a tshologe!

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