BREAKING: Inner-City Gazette Publisher and Editor has passed away

Inner City Gazette publisher, Moses Moyo has died. He was 41. Moyo is the founder and chairperson of Friends of the Inner-city Forum, a community-based organisation in the inner-city of Johannesburg. He is also a founding Director of Ekuphumuleni hospice. He has played an immense role in the creation of Tirisano Inner-city Housing Co-operative (an initiative that will see many being able to afford to buy flats in the inner-city of Johannesburg on a rent to buy basis).
He was a reporter with Eyewitness News. Moses Moyo was a Pro-Israel activist and has raised money by offering to run in the Jerusalem Marathon for the DL link a cancer survivor organisation.
Moyo passed away following a short illness at his home in Johannesburg late Thursday night.
He is known among Joburgers for his stories about the poor living conditions of the inner city dwellers.
Moses Moyo started the Inner city gazette, an award winning newspaper. Moses Moyo is the Former deputy President Of AIP. Moyo has published other titles, which are, The Joburg Gazette, Tshwane Gazette, Football Chronicles, RSA Today and The Patriot SA.

7 thoughts on “BREAKING: Inner-City Gazette Publisher and Editor has passed away

  • You will forever be missed. Your smile, nature and being will forever live in my heart. You were a man amongst men. May your soul rest in peace Malaika.

  • Rest In Peace my mentor i am a Journalist today because of you. We will continue the legacy of Community Newspaper reporting about issues affecting communities. You will be missed.

  • R.I..P my brother. I wish you had given us a chance to ask you how you were feeling. I guess you were in so much pain to bear and you just gave up. In September you said you wish mum was still alive to see how your legacy had grown. But now what went wrong, God’s judgement is never wrong, he saw it fit to take you to join mama. You have done your part, we have to play our parts too. We will stop mourning you but celebrate your life which was vibrating. You made us proud. We will love you forever as we live. Malume/babomncane abantwana balahlekelwe.

  • Moses was living legend. It was an honour and privilege to be in his presence. He lit up every room that he walked into with his gentle positive energy and beautiful smile. Devastated by the tragic loss Moses Moyo.

  • Rest in Peace Baba ka Ayanda, it was a blessing having a boss like you, may your soul rest in peace.

  • Rest in peace homeboy,condolences to your family and friends,heaven has gained an angel journalist.


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