South Africa has lost a prominent doctor, activist and scientist, who campaigned against quackery and for better health regulations.
Professor Roy Jobson died at the age of 63 on Friday. He experienced difficulty with breathing and then collapsed to his death.
According to his family, Jobson was diagnosed with pneumonia in 2018 which cleared up after three weeks, however, he was still unable to get enough air into his lungs.
Speaking to News24, his wife, who is also a family doctor and social justice activist, Majorie described Jobson as a "wonderful human being" to his family and children.