Photo: Mshoza’s tombstone revealed
Nomasonto Maswanganyi was buried last-week after dying due to complications caused by diabetes.
Mshoza was confirmed dead on the 19th of November, 2019, and it was a huge shock to the country. Many believed it’s a huge loss for Africa, as she’s called the queen of Kwaito.
The 37-year-old funeral service took place at the House of Treasures Ministries in Rispark, Johannesburg on the 28th of Nov.
She left behind 2 children and they gave a touching eulogy and also cried asking her to wake, as her casket was let down.
She was buried at Westpark Cemetery in Montgomery Park.
Check out some video clips from the burial service below:
“Mommy I am at a loss of words, I wasn’t ready to lose you. I don’t know how I am going to make it without you” – Mshoza’s children pay tribute to their mother.
Watch the funeral live on #Newzroom405. #RIPMshoza pic.twitter.com/uBQOZebKIK
— Newzroom Afrika (@Newzroom405) November 28, 2020
“The Musicians Casket..” It’s Casket! #RIPMshoza #MshozaFuneral https://t.co/X6mOC9VCrI
— Ladybug_sa (@ladybugBookings) November 29, 2020
#mshoza #MshozaFuneral RIP Sis pic.twitter.com/1Q9CzZc70d
— Jub Jub (@official_jubjub) November 28, 2020
Mshoza’s funeral service underway at the House of Treasurers Ministries in the south of Joburg.#RIPMshoza#MSHOZAFUNERAL@dailysunsa pic.twitter.com/YGx75oE0tE
— Zamokuhle Mdluli (@MdluliZamokuhle) November 28, 2020
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