‘Chisa Mpama’ musician Senyaka dies

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“When I met him, he was making a lot of money, but was misusing it. I encouraged him to buy property. The house in which he was living in Orlando Gardens – he bought that when we were still married.”

JOHANNESBURG – South African musician Senyaka Kekana who had hits such as ‘Chisa Mpama’ and ‘Fong Kong,’ has passed away.

The lively musician who enjoyed an illustrious career in the 1980s to the late nineties provided hits which were party starters.

Kekana was a controversial character, he took Brenda Fassie on and the two had a well known disliking for each other.

His hits, Chisa Mpama, Romeo Wa nkolota and Fong Kong were immensely popular.

The lively musician who enjoyed an illustrious career in the 1980s to the late nineties provided hits which were party starters.
The lively musician who enjoyed an illustrious career in the 1980s to the late nineties provided hits which were party starters.

Sport and Recreation minister, Fikile Mbalula confimed Kekana’s death on his Twitter account on Wednesday.

He said: “Just got the news from @djmahoota that the legendary Senyaka moruti wa tsotsi is no more what a loss, great entertainer.

– TimesLive