Kabelo Molopyane Biography – Kabelo Molopyane Wiki
Kabelo Molopyane was a South African radio presenter. Kabelo presented weekday primetime shows that included standing in on evening and night shows. He also hosted other weekend shows that among them, the Weekend Breakfast, Top 30, and Party-Time. KB was also a Sports commentator for Soccer, Rugby, and Cricket. He was Motsweding FM’s weekday sports programs Mabaleng and weekend breakfast show Le ra tlhabetse. KB started his professional radio career in 1996 when he joined the Motsweding Drama department as a drama artist. He later joined Shoshanguve community radio in 1997, in 2000 he joined Mafisa Community Radio.
In 2002, he joined Motsweding FM, as a presenter hosting multiple programmes including morning and afternoon shows ” Ragoga gee” and “Fokotsa gee” KB also presented the Top 30 and Party Time. He held a Diploma in Education, and thus he was a qualified teacher, KB also had a Degree in Communications from the University of North West. The SABC has confirmed the death of Kabelo KB Molopyane, who worked at Motsweding FM as a presenter since 2002. The South African Broadcasting Corporation ‘SABC’ have expressed their condolences to the family and friends via a memo posted on their Twitter account.
Kabelo Molopyane Age
He was born on May 26, 1975, in Johannesburg South Africa. He died on January 17, 2021, at the age of 45.
Kabelo Molopyane Wife
Information about Kabelo Molopyane’s wife is unavailable. He was married with children. In an interview with Motsweding Fm, KB Molopyane said the thing he was most proud of was “My young beautiful family.”
Kabelo Molopyane Death
Kabelo Molopyane died on January 17, 2021, at the age of 45, Motsweding FM confirmed on Twitter. Motsweding FM tweeted: “It is with deep sadness that we share the news that our dear friend and colleague Kabelo Daniel Molopyane is no more. He passed away this morning. May God and the ancestors receive his spirit.”
On Sunday, 17 January 2021, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) issued a statement on the passing of Kabelo ‘KB’ Molopyane. “The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) mourns the passing of renowned broadcaster. Mr. Kabelo ‘KB’ Molopyane,” the statement said. “His meaningful contribution to the SABC will continue to inspire all who knew him personally and professionally. The SABC Board, management and staff, would like to extend their heartfelt condolences to the Molopyane family and friends. He will be deeply missed and may his soul rest in peace. The details of his memorial and funeral service will be announced in due course.”
Mathews Mpete of Daily Sun (South Africa) tweeted: “Guys I’m shattered at the death of Kabelo “KB” Molopyane. Much as I knew he was sick but I never expected him to drop the mic like this. May the soul of KB RIP. His family must find strength, @motswedingfm Sports team and the entire station be consoled. Listener have lost talent.”
Kabelo Molopyane Cause Of Death
Kabelo Molopyane’s cause of death was not disclosed.
Kabelo Molopyane Family
In an interview with Motsweding FM, Molopyane was asked, “If you could invite any three people, dead or alive, for dinner, who would they be and why?” To this, he said, “My Father, to still come and provide the fatherly love and continue to be a good grandfather to my children.” He added, “My mother, for her to still love and provide the all-time motivation she has been doing all my life.”