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legendary musician Steve Kekana made in south Africa passes on at the age of 63. The cause of his death is still unknown but some sources say that it was a natural death.The deceased was born in Zebediela, Transvaal, Kekana lost his sight at five years but developed his love for music during high school and became a member of amateur groups during his teen years. In 1979 and 1980, Kekana won what was then known as the SABC Black Music Award for best male vocalist and his Raising My Family was a big hit in Europe in 1980 but he’s mostly known for his ‘I love you Africa’song.
In total, Kekana had recorded more than forty albums and worked with the likes of Ray Phiri, Nana Coyote, Joe Nina and Hotline featuring PJ Powers.
Among his other songs include ‘Raising my family’, ‘Themba’, ‘Take your love’, ‘Usafira’, and ‘Shine on’ and ‘Received more than 70 Golden Disc Awards.
Steve Kekana was a university graduate with B Juris and LLB degrees. He was an Advocate and a lecturer in Labour Law at the University of South Africa.
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