PHOTO | Mshoza's tombstone unveiled at Westpark Cemetery

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  • Kwaito artist Mshoza died on 19 November.
  • The musician died of complications from diabetes, said her manager. 
  • Mshoza's tombstone was unveiled at Westpark Cemetery in Montgomery Park on Saturday. 


Friends and family gathered at the House of Treasures Ministries in Rispark, Johannesburg on Saturday to pay their final respects to kwaito artist Mshoza.

Celebrities in attendance included Khanyi Mbau, Jub Jub, DJ Olwee and Khanyo Maphumulo. 

Mshoza, whose real name is Nomasonto Maswanganyi, died on 19 November.

Speaking to Channel24, Mshoza's manager Thanduxolo Jindela confirmed that the artist died of complications from diabetes, adding that she tested negative for Covid-19.

Following the church service, the funeral procession moved to Westpark Cemetery in Montgomery Park where Mshoza was laid to rest.

The musician's tombstone was unveiled, which revealed an image of Mshoza with one foot on a globe - signifying that she "had the world at her feet." 

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Msoza's tombstone unveiled at Westpark Cemetery in Montgomery Park.
Mshoza
Msoza's tombstone unveiled at Westpark Cemetery in Montgomery Park.

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