Musician Kabelo Mabalane is currently under a dark cloud.

Musician Kabelo Mabalane is currently under a dark cloud.

 

Famous South African musician Kabelo Mabalane is currently under a dark cloud. This comes after the sad passing of his loved one. The renowned kwaito and hip hop artist has since taken to his social media accounts to share the tragic news of his uncle’s passing.

In his recent post on social media, Kabelo Mabalane has since gone to pen a heartfelt tribute to this late uncle. Mabalane would go to make it known that his uncle was a selfless leader and also a detainee at the Robben Island prison.

Kabelo Mabalane in his post would further go to make it known that his uncle was among the freedom fighters who fought for the country during the apartheid era. He would further go to share some of the best qualities that his late uncle had and also shared that he also hopes he inherits some.

Kabelo would further go to make it known that his late uncle served as a parliamentarian in first democratic South Africa and also as the President of the South African Students Movements which was responsible for the 1976 uprisings.

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Rest in peace Malome.

Malome Danny personified what servant leadership meant. To him it was never about titles but rather about function.

I salute Malome and his generation of freedom fighters because of their commitment, it was never conditional, they stayed true to the cause regardless.

Over everything else, his attitude as a servant is what impacted me most about his life and it is an attribute I always strive to emulate.

My uncle, a Robben Island detainee charged with sedition, a parliamentarian in the first democratically elected SA government, served as president of the South African Students Movement which was responsible for the June 1976 uprising.

Lala kahle Mkhonto!