Renowned radio broadcaster Jeremy Mansfield has sadly passed away. pic.twitter.com/p4e35xvuip
— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) October 31, 2022
Mansfield died with loved ones.
Jeremy Mansfield, 59, died.
Liver cancer killed Mansfield early Monday morning.
Cancer reappeared in January. Last month, he said that the only way to treat his fatal stage 4 cancer was with palliative care.
The expert surgeon in charge of my treatment team confirmed that my cancer is in its final stage and that I am only getting palliative care.
“This dream team” (as I now call them) will now coach me through how to have as much fun in the time I have left and fulfill as many desires, large and small, as I have on my bucket list. In August, he told his 84,000 Facebook fans, “Kari and our families start a new journey today.”
Mansfield’s longtime friend and co-host of Johannesburg radio station 947’s Breakfast Express Weekdays, told fans that Mansfield was resting comfortably and surrounded by family and friends.
Jeremy Mansfield was mocked after his “public” debut.
They ruled radio for 13 years.
Mansfield announced his CLL diagnosis in 2009. Leaving the station a year later
Mansfield in the Morning, hosted by Mansfield and Sam Cowen, debuted on Hot 91.9 FM in 2018.
Grahamstown-born Mansfield attended Kingswood College. Rhodes University taught him journalism, speech and drama.
Broadcaster Jeremy Mansfield:
While a student at Durban’s Capitol 604, he began broadcasting in 1985.
Mansfield joined SuperSport on M-Net in 1990 and presented the sport on the John Berks show on 702.
He hosted 702’s Saturday Afternoon magazine show in 1995 after being a regular presenter in 1993.
In 1997, Mansfield started The Rude Awakening on 947.
Last show: July 12, 2010.
In November 2018, he began hosting Hot 91.9FM’s Mansfield In the Morning.
In July 2021, he started Mansfield2day on YouTube. He has daily vodcasts with experts in business, law, medicine, and fun.