Emotional videos pay tribute to Durban's M4 crash victims
DURBAN - EMOTIONAL videos showing Shaylen Mudali and Suveer Sookoo’s cheerful moments at work have been trending on Facebook as Mudali’s loved ones prepare for his funeral on Wednesday.
Mudali, 27, a videographer at local media production house iTen Entertainment, and his friend Suveer Sukoo, 30, died on Sunday when the vehicle they were travelling in veered off the road, crashed into a pole and burst into flames.
According to Rescue Care spokesperson, Garrith Jamieson, the accident happened on the northern M4 Ruth First Highway.
Tributes for the pair have since flooded social media, including from Mudali’s work family at iTen Entertainment, which regularly posts online comedy video content.
In a post on Facebook, the group said that Mudali’s taught his friends how to live.
The accompanying video, which has been viewed over 4000 times since it was posted online on Tuesday, showed some of Mudali’s happiest moments at iTen Entertainment.
WATCH: iTen Entertainment pays tribute to Shaylen Mudali
A separate video paid tribute to Sookoo.
WATCH: iTen Entertainment pays tribute to Suveer Sookoo
A tribute read: “RIP to a dear friend to us all and the iTen family, Suveer Sookoo
You had a personality larger than life itself... your kindness and compassion for others will be missed always”
Sookoo was laid to rest earlier today while Mudali’s funeral is expected to take place tomorrow.