The Fees Must Fall protests had dire consequences for café employee Eddie at the University of Cape .
Moffat Msomi, a pastor with the Seventh Day Adventist Church in South Korea since 2005, died after a short illness on Sunday, a day after his return home.
Msomi was born on May 30 1960 at Orlando West Extension. After school and achieving a diploma in theology, he began his pastoral duties at Delmas in 1992.
Moffat's quest for education led him to Solusi College in Michigan, US, where he completed his bachelor of theology degree.
After a time in the private sector, he was sent to Korea as a lecturer by the church.
In 1994 he was on the reception committee for returning exiles to South Africa.
A philanthropist, Msomi worked in many community activities.
He took ill in South Korea and asked to return home.
He is survived by his mother Florence, daughter Nolisa, son Thando and sister Nothali.
He will buried on Sunday at the Avalon Cemetery. The service will start at 8am at the Dube Seventh Day Adventist Church before the cortege proceeds to the cemetery at 10am.