Durban - Following an appeal to help save the life of critically ill former radio personality Neville Pillay, an anonymous donor has come forward to help ease his family's financial burden.
Pillay, 48, suffered a heart attack and a stroke, and his kidneys are failing.
His wife, Carol, and his doctor, who did not want to be named, said the father of two had only months to live.
Pillay told POST that her husband was in need of dialysis but they could not afford it and that the State hospital was refusing him treatment because he was a risk.
Speaking before undergoing dialysis on Tuesday, Pillay said it was frustrating when he was told by staff at the public hospital that there was nothing they could do.