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COVID-19 claims the life of Africa’s music legend

COVID-19 claims the life of Africa’s music legend

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER TSHEPO Tshola, the legendary songwriter and musician, has passed away in hospital from COVID-19 related complications. The death of Tshola (68), who was born in Lesotho but made his name in South Africa and throughout the African continent, has sent shockwaves throughout the music industry. In SA, fans of Tshola, popularly known as the “Village Pope” or “Black Moses”, have started to celebrate the life and times of man who started his career with Sankomota, a Lesotho-based music group. The SA government has paid tribute to Tshola. “We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends and…
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