27 May 2013 10:15 AM | By Poelano Malema
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Vuyo Mbuli's family at his funeral



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Much-loved television and radio presenter Vuyo Mbuli was laid to rest on Friday at West Park Cemetery in Johannesburg.

Over 3000 people, including politicians, musicians, radio and television personalities, had the chance to say their final goodbyes to Mbuli.

Mbuli collapsed on May 18 while watching a Super Rugby match between the Cheetahs and Reds at the Free State Stadium. He later died on the same day at the Bloemfontein Mediclinic.

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