Mshoza’s childhood buddy and actress Khanyi Mbau described her loss of life as an enormous loss to the business and the nation.
Media persona and Mshoza’s shut buddy Khanyi Mbau attended her memorial on 25 November, 2020. Picture: Xanderleigh Dookey/EWN.
JOHANNESBURG – The funeral service for kwaito star and leisure persona Mshoza is presently underway.
The late Nomasonto Maswangany is dubbed the queen of kwaito for her bravery in taking up a male-dominated style, died earlier this week after battling diabetes.
Mourners together with the South African music fraternity gathered at the at House of Treasuries Ministries in Rispark, Johannesburg to pay their ultimate respects to the kwaito pioneer.
Mshoza was a baby star, who started her profession as a dancer at the age of 10 and rose to fame together with her smash hit Kortes within the early 2000s.
Those closest to Mshoza celebrated her life together with her childhood buddy and actress Khanyi Mbau who described Maswanganyi’s loss of life as an enormous loss to the business and the nation.
“If resilience and staying power was a person it would be her. We may cry but legends never die, they find a place in our hearts, in history and the fibre of our culture as it evolves in going forward. We allow her to rest and take her place in the sky with all the musical gods.”
Speaking at the intimate providers Mshoza’s uncle and family spokesperson Thulani Maswanganyi stated she lived her life in full.