AUTHOR Eusebius McKaiser has died on the age of 45 after struggling a suspected epileptic match.
The broadcaster died in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Tuesday, in accordance with his supervisor Jackie Styrdom.
She informed TimesLIVE: “All of it occurred so rapidly.
“His associate Nduduzo Nyanda is on the mortuary together with his household. I’m so distraught. I am unable to imagine this.”
McKaiser printed a number of books – together with A Bantu In My Toilet and Run, Racist, Run.
He additionally wrote for the Each day Mail, The Guardian and The Sunday Instances – and was a well-recognized voice on Discuss Radio 702 and Energy FM in Gauteng.
Tributes have poured in for the much-loved broadcaster.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, stated he was “an excellent thoughts”.
“I adopted his work, and I loved his reveals and interviews when he was at 702,” Magwenya stated.
“He introduced his personal signature type to the radio. Condolences to his household, pals and colleagues.”
McKaiser’s pal Mark Heywood described the creator as a “large-than-life individual”.
“Eusebius was a really larger-than-life individual, whose presence was generally prefer it was in all places by means of his podcasts and his social media presence,” he stated.
“He was a good friend of mine and I feel he was an modern broadcaster and a really nice thinker.
“Somebody who, in sure key areas of life, was on the forefront of desirous about our circumstances as a rustic.”
Born in Makhanda, also referred to as Grahamstown, in 1978, McKaiser studied legislation and philosophy at Rhodes College.
His biography on the college web site described him as a political activist and an affiliate political and social analyst.
In one among his final posts on Twitter, McKaiser urged his followers to observe Musa Motha’s latest efficiency on Britain’s Bought Expertise.