Local Celebs Remember Mshoza

Local Celebs Remember Mshoza


We are still shocked and are struggling to come to terms with the passing of local Kwaito star, Mshoza. The talented star is reported to be no more by several publications as well as some of her friends in the music and television industry.


Details pertaining to her passing are not yet known. Social media has been flooded with heartfelt messages and tributes to the fallen star. Mshoza was part and parcel of our entertainment industry for more than twenty years. She had influenced a lot of the stars we see today and also had many friends in the industry. Zalebs have taken to their social media to remember the Kortez hitmaker.

“#RIPMshoza Feels like a lifetime ago when this shoot happened. Thank you for the music, living unapologetically and for being such a cool person. And standing up for others when you didn’t have to,” tweeted her friend and comedienne Tumi Morake.


Television presenter and actor Zola Hashatsi thanked her friend for all the years.

“My heart is broken, Thank you for years of amazing friendship, laughter and fun times. Go Rest oh dear friend Nomasonto Mshoza Maswanganyi #RIPMshoza I can’t.”


Socialite Amstel is also in disbelief following her friends’ passing.

“May your beautiful soul rest in power i am so defeated ryt now tsala u were genuine & you lived your truth friends like you are very few #ripmshoza
Ambitiouz also paid their respect to the music legend.”

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“The music industry has once again lost one of the amazing artists, the queen of Kwaito, Mshoza. We would like to send our sincere sympathies to her family and friends. May your soul rest in eternal peace.”


Mshoza was currently working as a television host on Moja Love. Being one of the most influential and impactful female artists from the 90s, may her precious soul rest in peace. Our deepest condolences to her family, friends, and fans.

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