Kaunda Ntunja Death | Obituary – Cause Of Death | Died – Supersport Tv And Rugby Commentator Host Dies At 38 – Dead | Passed Away
Kaunda Ntunja Death | Obituary – A South African Broadcaster and Supersport Tv host, Kaunda Ntunja died on Monday July 20, 2020, following complications from Covid-19.
A great Supersport television host and rugby commentator, Kaunda Ntunja was pronounced dead at the age of 38, his cause of death was reported complications following Coronavirus infection, said @rugby_rocks. Rest well Legend!.
Kaunda Ntunja has passed away after suffering from Covid-19. https://t.co/X1c1hCcou8
— RugbyRocks.com (@rugby_rocks) July 20, 2020
Reactions And Sharing On The Passing Of Kaunda Ntunja
We are absolutely devastated 😭
Today we lost a legend, a brother, and a friend. Taken away from us far too soon. We send our condolences and wishes to all his family, friends and colleagues. We are in shock 😭
— Hollywoodbets (@Hollywoodbets) July 20, 2020
RIP Kaunda Ntunja 🙏🏾 🕊.
— Canny Maphanga (@CannyMaphanga) July 20, 2020
May your soul Rest In Peace Kaunda Ntunja 💔 condolences to the Ntunja Family and friends. Your memory and your legacy will live forever 🙏🏾
— Sibusiso Sithole (@sburasithole) July 20, 2020
Bathong! Kaunda Ntunja 💔💔
His commentary on Siya’s debut game as Captain will forever be my favourite.
May his soul rest in peace.
— Malebo (@Lebo1567) July 20, 2020
The fact that I dont understand Xhosa is the only reason I have never said Kaunda Ntunja is the best rugby commentator in SA. Still loved listening to his voice #RIPKaundaNtunja Liqhashu! iBubbly! Shampopo! Champeezy
— 32-12 (@BoknRoll) July 20, 2020
Unbelievably sad news for the South African rugby community. Kaunda Ntunja had a gift unrivaled by any other commentator. That gift will be sorely missed, but its something we can luckily relive to remember him by. Rest in peace.
— Gareth Jenkinson (@gazza_jenks) July 20, 2020
This news has hit me hard!! He was always a delight to deal with. #RIP Kaunda Ntunja. Condolences to your family on this devastating loss.
— Novashni Chetty (@novashni) July 20, 2020
It’s with sadness that we all have to digest the tragic news of Kaunda Ntunja passing
He was friend in & outside RUGBY. We debated famously on Room Dividers & we respected each other as people who knew the game
His family has lost Iqhawe. Indoda enobunganga. Rest Easy Zizi💔😭 pic.twitter.com/bMV7HRPgVF
— ThandoManana (@TandoManana) July 20, 2020
Kaunda Ntunja is the reason why I only watched rugby in Xhosa commentary. What a sad day
— Bongani Dlamini (@Bongani_Dlams) July 20, 2020
What a loss, Rest In peace Kaunda Ntunja, great guy and always put a smile on my face whether meeting him in studio or watching him on SuperSport. 🙏🏼
— John Smit (@JohnSmit123) July 20, 2020
A day all will remember even if you don’t understand isiXhosa.
A man who so eloquently introduced us to our Springbok test captain.
It’s a sad day for rugby as we hear the news of Kaunda Ntunja’s passing.
He will be missed by many.
— ECR Sport (@ECRSportswave) July 20, 2020
SA rugby community mourns as respected commentator, former SA Schools captain Kaunda Ntunja dies
— Refiloe Ramogase (@refiloer) July 20, 2020
Heartbreaking to hear about the passing of Kaunda Ntunja. His role in growing rugby in SA was immense and he added a level of passion and excitement we hadn’t heard before. Such terrible news. Condolences to his entire family. 😢
— Dean Oelschig (@DeanOelsch) July 20, 2020
Kaunda Ntunja 🙏🏾😭❤️ Yini uZizi madoda. We will only be left with the memories of how his commentary left us feeling during some of the best rugby games we watched.
— Bhut’ Tshezi (@Mtha_Veekay) July 20, 2020
RIP Ta @kaundantunja I will never forget the handoff I received from you in an Old boys game😔 Xhosa commentary will never be the same😔 Thank you for giving back to the rugby community, you will be missed❤️ #Ripkaundantunja pic.twitter.com/ZkZtbTtuVt
— Sizwe Hadebe (@jointphysio) July 20, 2020
Thoughts and prayers to the Ntunja family! 🙏🏾 May you find strength and be comforted during this trying time! Kaunda was a hero to many!
— katiso letlaka (@katiso_letlaka) July 20, 2020
Andikho right Tuu ngku after hearing the news of bhuti Kaunda ntunja 💔💔
— Shawn Corey Carter (@GudeKhanya) July 20, 2020
BREAKING: Former SA Schools rugby captain and isiXhosa commentator Kaunda Ntunja has passed away. He was just 38 years of age.
— Sport On 405 (@SportOn405) July 20, 2020
Still hard to believe that Kaunda Ntunja is gone. This was one of the best moments of RWC commentary. He will be truly missed by sports fans, spare a thought for his family and friends during this adverse period. #Kaunda pic.twitter.com/cxtJothHIW
— Mvuyisi Tyiwani (@MercurialSoul22) July 20, 2020
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