According to a shocking statistic seven out of ten footballers are declared bankrupt within the first two years upon retirement. We would also get to learn that one in three footballers will be divorced within a year upon retirement mostly as a result of going broke. It is largely known that most footballers marry some of the most beautiful women around from famous personalities to models who are used to the posh lifestyle.
When we talk of suck legends of music in Zimbabwe and Afica, we can now include legends like Oliver Mutukudzi. Those are people that have lived the competition of that time. These guys are great, you talk of the late Hugh Masekela and all these old guys the guys that are still living like, Thomas Mapfumo, they have worked the music industry when things were hard, not just for certain particular countries, but for Africa at large.
2 years ago on this month, we lost an icon.It's hard to talk about the greatest African musician and leave out Oliver Mutukudzi.
South Africa's Jazz industry has lost an icon. It has been reported that the Maestro dies exactly 17 days after the death of his wife. The Legendary Trombone player dies at the age of 83. He is known for his hit song song "Batsumi" among others. Gwangwa was awarded "The Order of Ikhamanga" for his contribution to the music industry. Coincidentally, passing away on the same day with two musical legends; Hugh Masekela (2018) and Oliver Mutukudzi (2019). In 2019, it was reported by the Sowetan that Gwangwa was