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Mo T tackles male cancer

MOSHE Kgasoane will never forget the day he received the horrible news that his dad had died.

Having battled cancer for a long time, his father Banza Kgasoane finally succumbed to the illness.

Moshe was just 27 years old at the time.

“It was the most terrifying news. I was only 27 but I’m really grateful for all the lessons and wisdom he instilled in me.”

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