Nine years have passed since the death of South African television broadcaster and host of the morning news show Morning Live, Vuyo Mbuli. In 1999, Vuyo became a member of the Morning Live team, where he remained until his untimely death in 2013. In 2013, while watching a rugby match with his wife and two children, he died from a pulmonary ejection. Today's children, who were once tiny tots, are now fully grown adults.
Savita's life has changed dramatically when her husband died when she was 50. She lost weight and, in my opinion, she becomes better with age, much like a fine wine.
Vuyo's first child, Sphosihle, was just 15 years old when she lost her father. She is now 24 years old and, based on her Instagram page, a recent Wits University graduate with a degree in law and international affairs. In addition, she claimed in her biography to be a radio broadcaster with a long resume of accolades.
Sithenkosi, Vuyo's 22-year-old only son and is musician.
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