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Tributes pour in after death of Durban funnyman, Neville Pillay

Tributes pour in after death of Durban funnyman, Neville Pillay

2021-09-24 01:00:00 AM

Tributes pour in after death of Durban funnyman, Neville Pillay

Durban radio host, comedian and MC Neville Pillay lost his battle against Covid-19 on Thursday.

Friends took to social media to express their condolences.Former radio host and DUT Senior Director of Corporate Affairs, Alan Khan described Pillay at “multi-talented and creatively gifted”."Apart from his outstanding ability on air, Neville was a popular comedian, a skilled and experienced MC, a talented songwriter and an accomplished actor. I pray that Neville will rest in eternal peace and may his memory always be a blessing,” he said.

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Nesan Pather wrote: “RIP Neville Pillay So tragic. So many great memories and times my brother. See you in the stage in the sky.”Another Facebook user, Felicia Emrie Pillay wrote: “RIP Neville Pillay .. I had the honour of sharing the stage with this talented human, he had people in tears of laughter because he was so absolutely brilliant in his comedy craft. Rest well. God bring strength to his family and friends.”

Popular SA radio personality, Damon Beard, he was sad to hear of Pillay’s death.“So sad to hear that Neville Pillay has passed away. What an honour it was to have worked with him. A truly good guy with such a wicked personality. RIP buddy and my deepest condolences to your family,” he said. headtopics.com

He leaves behind his partner, Karol and their daughters. Read more: IOL News »

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