ANC Mourns Kwaito Star Mojalefa Mjokes Matsane
South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC) has mourned Kwaito star Mojalefa Matsane popularly known as Mjokes.
ANC said the Kwaito star died in the early hours of Sunday 23 May 2021 following a tragic car accident. We present below a statement issued by ANC on the passing of the Kwaito star.
ANC STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF KWAITO STAR MOJALEFA ‘MJOKES’ MATSANEFeedback
The African National Congress is deeply saddened by the untimely passing of renowned Kwaito Music star Mojalefa Matsane. Mjokes, as he was affectionately known in the music industry, was a member of the popular music group, Trompies, and a co-director of Kalawa Jazmee Records. He passed away in the early hours of this morning, Sunday 23 May 2021, following a tragic car accident.
Mjokes’s passing is a profound loss to the entire nation as he was one of the pathfinders of post-apartheid cultural expression. He was an activist in his own right and a talented musician with so much to give and live for. We call upon young South Africans to draw inspiration from the positive contribution that Mjokes made to society. The vibrant and positive spirit illustrated by his work is an example of how young people could and should use their diverse skills and abilities to contribute to the development of a better South Africa.
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We express our sincere condolences to Matsana’s family, friends, colleagues and fans. May they find solace in knowing that their loss is the nation’s loss.
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