Mlangeni and Mabuse were speaking at the special provincial funeral service held yesterday in honour of the music icon at his home at Moletlane village, Zebediela, near Polokwane.
In a moving tribute, Limpopo premier Stanley Mathabatha described legendary musician Steve Kekana as a dedicated performer and musician whose music was loved by people across the African continent.
Mathabatha was speaking at the special provincial funeral service held on Thursday in honour of the music icon at his home at Moletlane village, Zebediela, near Polokwane. It was attended by his relatives, friends, traditional leaders, colleagues in the legal and music industry and government officials, among others.
Famous for hits such as Take Your Love, Kekana died last week Thursday at the ...
The world governing body recognised one of Nigeria’s finest ever football stars three decades after he departed this realm
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association, FIFA, has celebrated late Green Eagles midfielder Mudashiru Babatunde “Muda” Lawal on the 30th anniversary of his demise.
The world football governing body took to their official Twitter account to recognise the contribution of one of Nigeria’s greatest ever players, who died on July 6, 1991.
Writing on the social media microblogging platform, FIFA said: “Muda Lawal inspired Nigeria to their 1st AFCON title in 1980 and was the 1st player to appear in 5 successive editions of the competition.
“30 years ago today, the Super Eagles legend passed away, aged 37.”