Limpopo SABC Radio Host Dies in Horrific Accident, SA Extends Condolences: “Rest in Peace”

Limpopo SABC Radio Host Dies in Horrific Accident, SA Extends Condolences: “Rest in Peace”

  • A radio presenter from Limpopo sadly died in a horrific car accident in Levubu on Saturday
  • The police investigating the case said another man also lost his life during the unfortunate collision
  • South Africans on social media extended their messages of condolences to the deceased's families

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A radio presenter passed away in a fatal collision in Limopopo. Image: Stock photos
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Munghana Lonene FM radio host, Tiyani Emmanuel Mabasa, was one of the two people who tragically lost their lives in a traffic accident near Harnish farm in Levubu, Limpopo, this past Saturday.

Law police have officially confirmed the incident, classifying it as a culpable homicide case.

Two vehicles collide

According to Brigadier Hlulani Mashaba, the spokesperson for the Limpopo police, preliminary information indicates that the driver of a VW Polo lost control of his vehicle, leading to a collision with a VW Amarok pickup truck.

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Both drivers, males, were travelling solo at the time and sustained multiple injuries.

Police detail time of death

Mr L Sauer, the bakkie driver from Makhado, was transported to the hospital but was pronounced dead upon arrival, reported TimesLIVE.

Meanwhile, Mr Mabasa, who served as a presenter at Munghana Lonene SABC Radio, tragically lost his life at the scene of the accident.

SA mourns death of SABC radio host

South Africans shared their thoughts on social media about the tragedy. Many sent messages of condolences:

Sidewell Mbhokota Mbhokota said:

"Condolences to the family may his soul rest in peace. "

Lucky Madimetsa stated:

"My condolences to the family RIP Mr Mabasa."

Joel Baloyi mentioned:

"Sad news. May your soul rest in peace."

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Dennies Gumede wrote:

"Sad news, very sad condolences to the family may his soul rest in peace."

Sicelo Sibiya added:

"Rest in Peace."

Derek Watts: Veteran journalist dies after battle with lung cancer, South Africa mourns: “We lost a legend”

In another article, Briefly News reported that the South African media fraternity is mourning the death of renowned media personality Derek Watts.

Seasoned South African broadcaster Derek Watts has died. According to reports on social media, the Carte Blanche host succumbed to lung cancer. The star was reportedly diagnosed with skin cancer which spread to his lungs.

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