Jabu Mabuza was survived by his wife and two son before his death. He has left his net worth to his family. Find out his Wikipedia and family details.
The South African businessman and investor Jabu Mabuza is no more. He died due to COVID-19 complications on June 16, 2021.
His family confirmed his death, stating that he took his last breath on South Africa’s Youth Day.
Mabuza passed away at the age of 63.
He was a gallant fighter for the political and economic freedom of South Africans; his family released a statement following his demise.
Jabu Mabuza Wife
Jabu Mabuza was married to his wife named Siphiwe.
Jabu and Siphiwe were the teenage sweethearts. He met the love of his life while riding on a train to school in Durban in the 70s.
They took their relationship to a new level and got married.
Together they shared three children, two son, and a daughter.
The former chairperson of Eskom and widely admired businessman Dr Jabu Mabuza has died from #COVID19-related complications on Wednesday, his family announced.https://t.co/fUA5hiN24w
— SABC News (@SABCNews) June 17, 2021
Jabu Mabuza Net Worth
Jabu Mabuza’s net worth is not up to date.
But as a CEO and Chairman of Eskom, Mabuza surely had garnered a considerable amount of fortune.
Sources estimate that the Eskom CEO salary might be more than R20m. Mabuza is entitled to the designated salary.
The late Eskom CEO invested R60 from his pension savings towards the creation of black-owned industrial companies.
He joined Eskom in 2018 and served for more than three years before his tragic demise.
Jabu Mabuza Wikipedia
Mabuza is featured on Wikipedia.
The details of his early life, education, and career life insights are featured on the page.
He is a graduate of the University of Limpopo. Previously, he was expelled for his involvement in the 1976 student protests in Soweto. He was part of thousands of black youths who demanded the end of Bantu education.
[BREAKING NEWS] Former Eskom board chairman Jabu Mabuza has passed away. It’s understood he died of COVID-19 related complications. pic.twitter.com/A0iepk3UB3
— eNCA (@eNCA) June 16, 2021
Jabu was born in February 1958 in Waterval Boven, South Africa.
He belonged to African ethnicity (Black) and held a South African nationality.
His family lived in White River on trust land, but he lived with his two grandmothers and later went with his Aunt to Daveyton.
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