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South African musician Steve Kekana dies

Legendary South African musician Steve Kekana has died. He was 62.

According to Steve’s manager, Xolani Majozi, the musician died in the early hours of Thursday morning after being rushed to hospital.

Steve recorded more than 40 albums during his celebrated career, working with Ray Phiri, Nana Coyote and Joe Nina. 

Speaking to Channel24, Steve’s manager, Xolani Majozi, confirmed that the musician died in the early hours of Thursday morning after being rushed to hospital.

Although no official cause of death has been released by the Kekana family, according to Xolani, the musician had tested positive for Covid-19.

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