MFO Muran was involved in a car accident that left him in critical condition at the hospital.

FILE: Former Mayor of Yoburg Mfo Muran. Photo: @ CityofJoburgZA / Twitter.

JOHANNESBURG – Former mayor of Johannesburg Mfo Maran has died.

This was confirmed by his family spokesman Mike Mail on Thursday afternoon.

“Unfortunately, he did not respond positively to the treatment, and with a heavy heart and deep sadness we confirm that this afternoon we lost our beloved MFO. His death deeply hurt us; let me add that he was confirmed dead at 5:54 p.m. ”

His family and the African National Congress (ANC) have previously said he is in a difficult but stable condition. He was involved in an accident last Monday night while driving from Alexandra to his home in Mondeor, south of Joburg. Details of the causes of the disaster are not yet clear.

An avid golfer and businessman, Moran was born in the famous town of Alexander. He started as an electrician at Eskom around 2006 and made his way into the world of business and, ultimately, politics.

Although he briefly served as mayor of Johannesburg from October 1, 2021 to November 22, 2021, he previously served in the city as a member of the mayor’s council. Moran applied for the post of ANC chairman in Johannesburg.

Leading a portfolio in the field of environment and infrastructure, he took over as mayor after the death of Jolidi Matong, who himself took over after the death of Jeff Mahubo.

Moran had ambitions to provide alternative energy sources, and City Power had the ambition to generate its own alternative energy.

At the same time, he held the post of ANC official in the region after being elected treasurer in 2018.

Over the years, Muran has served on several boards, including Metro Bus, the Alexander Clinic and as a non-executive director at Chancellor House Holdings.

Maran leaves his wife Fikile and four children.

Details of his memorial service and funeral will be announced soon.

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