Man­doza was in pain, he’s rest­ing now: TKZee’s Tokollo

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TOKOLLO Tsha­bal­ala told fans, fam­ily and friends at Man­doza’s me­mo­rial that he could write a book about all of their ad­ven­tures to­gether.

Tokollo was speak­ing at the Stan­dard Bank Arena (El­lis Park, Jo­han­nes­burg) where fans gath­ered yes­ter­day to cel­e­brate the life of Mduduzi “Man­doza” Tsha­bal­ala, who died on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Friends, fam­ily in­clud­ing his wife MeMpho and fans sang and danced to the late kwaito mu­si­cian, Man­doza’s mu­sic as they gath­ered at the arena to cel­e­brate his life.

Tak­ing to the stage amid mas­sive ap­plause from the crowd, Tokollo spoke about all of the ad­ven­tures he used to get up to with his friend.

“I could write a book about this guy. When we were young, mak­ing hits, we used to have so much fun,” said Tokollo who fea­tured Man­doza in the track It’s al­right. But Tokollo opened up about his last meet­ing with Man­doza, say­ing the kwaito star told him he was “hurt­ing”.

“Man­doza was say­ing ‘this thing is ac­tu­ally hurt­ing and it’s painful.’ Where ever he is, he is rest­ing. He is at peace. I saw the per­for­mance where he was say­ing good­bye to us. I will al­ways love him,” said Tokollo.

The me­mo­rial has seen big names mak­ing ap­pear­ances and pay­ing trib­ute to Man­doza in­clud­ing Mshoza and Zola. Man­doza who died on Sun­day on his way to hos­pi­tal af­ter los­ing a bat­tle with can­cer is ex­pected to be buried on Satur­day. —Times Live Brickz,

The late Man­doza

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