Barry Ronge Cause Of Death, South African journalist Barry Ronge Passed Away At 74 We are deeply saddened to report that Barry Ronge, a columnist and arts journalist from South Africa, has died at the age 74. Albertus confirmed his death on the 3rd of July. Many people were shocked to hear about his death. Social media has been filled with tributes and news regarding his death. We have provided information about the multi-talented individual, including his biography, cause of death, family background and personal information.
Barry Ronge Cause Of Death
Born in Hillbrow, Johannesburg in 1948, he was raised in West Rand. He graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand after completing his high school education at Florida Park High School. He began his teaching career as a lecturer at the same university where he graduated. After that, he became an art journalist. He was the Sunday Times’ best Spit & Polish columnist. He also hosted a radio program called 702 radio. His last column was published on 23 February 2014.
We shared his profession in this section. He has made a lot of money in media. Although the exact net worth isn’t available online, we estimated his net worth using his bank data. The result was that his net worth was approximately $2 million annually. Online teaching was another way he made a lot of cash. He also gave many donations to students in need, which is a sign of his generous nature.
According to information, he died in the arms Albertus van Dyk, her husband. His family has not yet revealed the cause of his death. We are still waiting for his family to comment. We can assume that he was in his 70s, and possibly he had some kind of illness which caused him to die. People are mourning his loss and sharing their grief on social media. Celebrities are also paying tribute to him.