Storm of Sadness as Another Famous Singer Who Died of COVID-19 laid to rest

Storm of Sadness as Another Famous Singer Who Died of COVID-19 laid to rest

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The coronavirus outbreak has continuing to wreak havoc on our towns and communities…. According to reports, many individuals, both rich and poor, celebrities and those who are relatively unknown have died as a consequence of the illness.

Only last week, it was revealed that at least three people, all of whom were well-known South Africans, had died as a result of this disease. Geoff Makhubo, the former Executive Mayor of the province of Gauteng, was put to rest on Tuesday. It has been reported that the late Tshepo Tshola of Sankomota has passed away.

A well-known musician and former member of the band Sankomota, Tsepo Tshola, has died at the age of 61.

According to his relatives, the 67-year-old was born and raised in Lesotho and died at his house on Thursday morning as a consequence of problems with Covid-19, which was discovered during a routine blood test.

“Tsepo Tshola, the world-renowned Village Pope of Sankomota, died away this morning in Teyateyaneng, Lesotho, after succumbing to a Covid-19-related illness,” according to a statement released by the organization.

According to his friends, Tshola passed out last week while attending the funeral ceremony for his sister, who died.

As the primary vocalist and main songwriter for the band Sankomota, which he co-founded with his friend and fellow musician, the well-known singer established his reputation.

The tribute song Ho like, composed after his wife’s death and which has since become a classic, is one of Tshola’s most enduring accomplishments.

Before disbanding, the trio had released nine studio albums, which were all certified gold. In the following years, Tshola pursued a solo career, releasing albums such as New Dawn, among other things.

According to music promoter Peter Tladi, Tshola’s death was a “tragic loss” for the music industry.

The musician and arranger Tshola was, in the view of Tladi, who has known him for many years, was a brilliant musician and arranger.

In addition to being a poet, Tsepo was also a renowned musician. When I first met him, he was still battling with the band Sankomota, just before they embarked on their European tour in the 1980s. He was a talented and disciplined artist who excelled in his field. He was meticulous in his work and never created any problems for me throughout my time working with him.”

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