Every team has a fan who is always present, who keeps the rest of the fans happy, and whose absence can be felt when he or she is absent.
In addition to Orlando Buccaneers' Mgijimi, Mama Joy, and Kaizer Chiefs' Muguyo, Mamelodi Sundowns are mourning the loss of their most important lover, who was always playing the large drum whenever a Sundowns player was on the field.
The news of Steve Black 'Master Drum' Madumo's death broke on Monday, and the Yellow nation has expressed sadness over the loss of one of their fans out of pocket. They took to social media to announce the drummer's death.
Steve Black Madumo, our much-loved Master Drummer, is leaving us "with great heart," they announced. "May your drum beat remain in the Yellow-colored Nation forever," they added.
Exactly why Madumu died remains a mystery, but the fact that this individual is no longer with us has been confirmed. Other Mamelodi Sundowns supporters have also taken to social media to show their support for Madumo, and many have shared their memories of dancing and partying with Madumo since their team continues to excite them by winning games virtually every time.
As for Sundowns, the draw for the CAF Champions League one-fourth finals will take place on Tuesday, and they finished top of their group after winning five of the six games they played, without losing a single game, and returning to the top of the Dstv Premiership log.
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