LOC CEO Mvuzo Mbebe Diagnosed with Cancer

 

THE Local Organising Committee wishes to advise members of the media,  the
sport fraternity and the public that the LOC Mvuzo Mbebe has been diagnosed
with cancer. Mr. Mbebe, who has been booked of ill since the end of the
Orange Africa Cup of Nations, revealed that after a series of tests
conducted by his specialist and his general practioner it has been confirmed
that he suffered from colon cancer.
However, Mr Mbebe said: "through surgery, doctors have managed to remove the
part of the colon containing the cancer as well as the maringal area close
to the cancer and the surgery was declared successful. So far the doctors
have not detected any cancerous cells outside of the ones that have been
identified and removed. I will be coming to work in the next week or so and
will begin chemotherapy once a month for 5 days and for the next 6 months. I
want to thank my medical team and the hospital  for the excellent and
professional medical care they afforded to me as well as everyone who prayed
for me and the best wishes they extended to me and my family during this
difficult period".
Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana, the Chairperson of the LOC Board said: "on behalf of
the LOC Board, management and staff as well as the entire sport fraternity
we wish Mr. Mbebe a speedy recovery. We are quite confident that after the
successful operation he will soon return to work to help the organisation
plan for CHAN taking place in January 2014. We thank everybody that sent
their best wishes to him and his family and we want to make a special appeal
that Mr. Mvuzo and his family be afforded the privacy they deserve whilst he is recuparating."

 

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