Professor Lungile Pepeta Death – Dead : Lungile Pepeta Obituary : Cause of Covid-19.
Professor Lungile Pepeta has died, according to the following statements posted on social media on July. 31, 2020.
My Cape Town on Twitter: “PE News – CMS chairperson Professor Lungile Pepeta dies of Covid-19 – Port Elizabeth in the News: CMS chairperson…
PE News – CMS chairperson Professor Lungile Pepeta dies of Covid-19 – Port Elizabeth in the News: CMS chairperson… https://t.co/Apg2sN73Fg
— My Cape Town (@MyCapeTownza) August 8, 2020
So young. 1974.
Passing on of Professor Lungile Pepeta, Chairperson of CMS
It is with sadness to inform you of the passing of the Chairperson of Council for Medical Schemes (CMS), Professor Lungile Pepeta. To read more please click here.https://t.co/vnJ8BAHD1R
— Mark K Twain (@SocietyNews) August 8, 2020
Abhubaker Stirboiki Moremi wrote
What a great loss indeed condolences to the family
Am concerned that non of heavyweight at ANC member tested positive are not dying
Pamella Soga wrote
RIP Prof, my deepest condolences to ur family at large.
Tish de Villiers wrote
Very sad. Its a sad loss to his family and South Africa. Sincere condolences.
Steve Averil Cockcroft wrote
Sad loss for SA. Condolences to his family. Eternal rest x
Likeledi Mollo wrote
Condolences to the family at large, a soldier has fallen
Anari Maharaj wrote
A tragic loss to the country condolences to the family
Fezeka April wrote
Deepest condolences to prof family may his soul rest in peace inene isitya esihle asidleli the cardiologist in paediatrics has fallen I’ve heard the sound when the big tree fell .
Nobesuthu Ramawela wrote
Great loss, rest well” Condolenses to the family
Erika Potgieter wrote
Such a sad thing that this virus is wreaking havoc amongst the people we need most. Condolences to family & friends.
Lisa Binos Gair wrote
What a tragic loss. Such sad days these are. My heart goes out to his family and those close to him.
Noluthando Mjanyelwa wrote
This is sad & loss to the country.. May God comfort his family, colleagues & friends during this difficult time
Anita Corne wrote
That is so sad. RIP Prof. My condolences to your family and loved ones.
KeBra Pat wrote
RIP, good sir
COVID is taking doctors, nurses and academics that we need.
Not those useless ticks in parliament
Chantelle Cook wrote
How sad. RIP condolences to his family.
Christine Cameron-Dow wrote
He is the one who spoke out. Said they can no longer bury the truth. RIP.
Delene Blofield Williams wrote
Sooo sad…Condolences to family and friends
Harmse Cobus wrote
Ventilators are NOT the correct way to fight this virus. Ask the Spanish doctors.
Shalen Heeralal wrote
We have lost an intellectual giant. God be with his family.
Kanye Dè Pamba wrote
Covid 19 robbed us another brilliant academic. While ANC looters are recovering from covid to loot more resources.
Nkululeko Be Fred wrote
2020 is too much. I’m jumping by 10 years to 2030
Maria Connie Sebastiano wrote
RIP Professor. What a great loss to the academic fraternity
Isaac Amukelani wrote
This is sad. Let us all not be complacent and think we are immune. If it kills doctors it can kill anyone of us.
Ryan Carelse wrote
this is really sad … our prayers are with the family and NMU fraternity
Audrey O’Brien Wilson wrote
This is a tragic loss. Why can’t the corrupt thieves in our government contract it?
Glyn Bricknell wrote
It only kills people with underlying health conditions like hbp, diabetes or respiratory problems..so he must have had one of them. Nevertheless..knowing this, he still put himself on the frontline.
Fundiswa Kholeka Tshangela wrote
Great loss indeed. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
Lelatsa Raphula Daniel Khang wrote
Ouch… Another death. Oh God, please please this is too much. Rather visit Luthuli House please please, SA Residents beg You
Wayne Herbst wrote
Wish all criminals to die of covid and leave our society so we can flourish once again
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