Cape Town - Veteran radio personality Xolani Gwala has died.
He succumbed to cancer at the age of 44 on Friday, after making his diagnosis public in 2017.
News of the veteran broadcaster's death made headlines across the country.
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Family spokesperson Matsi Modise confirmed the tragic news on Radio 702 on Friday.
As the news of his death spread, his fans, colleagues from the SABC and 702, and more paid tribute to him on social media.
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Xolani's wife, Peggy Sue Khumalo wrote a heartfelt letter to South Africans following the death of her husband.
702 shared a touching tribute to Xolani Gwala on Friday, highlighting some of the radio presenters greatest moments on air.
Xolani worked as a broadcast journalist for over 20 years. To remember his life, we looked at his career with 7 photos. From 702's studios to his days on SABC1.
(Compiled by Graye Morkel)