Zimbabwean cameraman and singer Ray Ceech was shot dead in Lentegeur, Cape Town, on Wednesday night.
According to Western Cape police spokesperson Siyabulela Malo, Ceeh was reportedly dropping off passengers when the incident occurred.
“Three unknown men approached his vehicle and fired one shot to his neck and he totally lost the control of his vehicle,” said Malo.
Ceeh moved to SA from Zimbabwe several years ago and was a former employee of Muslim praise television channel Deen TV.
“He was the life of our office and brought smiles to the faces of many. He was determined and a hard worker. He always wanted to be someone in life, and his life was unfortunately cut short,” said Deen TV CEO Fayzel Sayed.
“He came to SA from Zimbabwe as a very talented person,” he said. “He always wanted to help his mother. He produced music, he sang very well.
No arrests have been made.
The motive for the attack is unknown and no arrests have been made.
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