Deborah Fraser was a South African gospel singer. She began her career in 1985 as a backing singer and recorded her album in 2000, titled Abanye Bayombona, which became a commercial success, selling over 1 million copies in South Africa.
South Africans are still mourning the death of gospel singer Deborah Fraser, whose burial was held on Saturday, May 22. The great singer passed away on May 15th after a brief illness. Although many people said their proper goodbye to Fraser, current reports indicate that he was not buried because of the flood disaster in KwaZulu-Durban Natal over the weekend, which wreaked problems at the local graveyard.
Nontando Mafia, a family representative, informed the media that she had not been permitted by the household to announce Deborah's burial date. The family prepared to execute her if the floodwaters calmed, according to individuals familiar with the situation. According to the South African Weather Service "At the moment, they are advising Monday because they anticipate the floodwaters will stop." However, because they can't immediately toss the casket in a hole with water and muck, "the insider stated, "everything will be constrained by the environment." 'Said the family member.
Below are some of the comments that were made by South African citizens.
I am just feeling so bad about such a beautiful coffin that is going into the mud. The reason for her non-burial is understandable, and as the week has started, the family can either tomorrow or any day during the week to bury her. May her soul rest in peace.
Deborah Fraser still has unfinished business in this world, and the sad part is that she is gone. I wish it was possible for us to just give her a few more days before she finally departs. Deborah was a wonderful person. She doesn't deserve to die so soon.
Don't you think that the government was supposed to have done something before the actual burial of Deborah Fraser because her family deserves closure? Please leave your views in the comment section below.
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