Abusiso Mseleku Wiki – Abusiso Mseleku Biography
Legendary football writer S’busiso Mseleku died at the age of 59 in a hospital in Johannesburg.
S’busiso Mseleku Famous City Press football writer Timothy Molobi ‚currently editor-in-chief of Sunday newspaper news and sports‚ has worked closely with Mseleku for several years.
Mseleku was the sports editor of City Press for a long time and previously a leading football writer for Sowetan and Drum magazine.
Abusiso Mseleku Family
He is survived by a wife and five children
Abusiso Mseleku Work & Career
The famous City Press football writer Timothy Molobi – now the Sunday newspaper’s editor in chief of news and sports – has worked closely with Mseleku for several years.
“I have worked with him since 2004 and we had a great time together. He was the one who put City Press on the map for football ‚” Molobi said Tuesday morning.
“He was a legend when it came to football. It was there long before our time. He was an example before I entered the industry ‚and working under him was an honor.
We still expected a lot from him. I mean, he was still young.
His close friend Duma Ndlovu, the filmmaker and producer and creator of the popular SABC soapie Muvhango ‚told TimesLIVE:“ South Africa has lost another giant to the corn virus.
“S’bu’s life and work speaks for himself. And I think the message for me is that as a country, we must take the coronavirus very seriously‚ and we must comply with all protocols ‚because we should not lose S like this against this disease.”
Earlier, Ndlovu posted on Facebook: “I lost a dear friend last night‚ a brother and a cousin. Experienced sports reporter Sbu Mseleku succumbed to Covid -19 last night at around 21:00, and his family is still trying to accept his death.
“… Mseleku, who grew up EMagabheni on the South Coast near‚ uMkhomazi, came to Johannesburg after cutting her teeth in the journalism community in Durban, where she worked briefly for Ilanga laseNatali in the 80s.
He has worked for a number of publications in Johannesburg, including Drum and Sowetan, but for the past few years he has worked for City Press where he became editor of Sports. Last year he left City Press to form his own company MSELEKU SPORTS.
Abusiso Mseleku Death & Cause
Family spokesperson Vincent Magwenya said Mseleku died from “a brief Covid-19-related illness” at Midvaal Private Hospital in Vereeniging on Monday night.