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Do we all remember these 7 Mzansi celebrities who died in road accidents?

Even while it is unfortunate when a South African celebrity passes away while driving, the loss of two or more at once has a particularly negative impact on the nation.

The following South African celebrities not only passed away, but we won't soon forget them. We now pause to observe a moment of silence in their memory.

1. Killer Kau.

Sakhile Hlatshwayo was a well-known South African rapper, dancer, and record producer better known by his stage moniker Killer Kau.

He was a well-known South African who died far too soon. Sakhile mysteriously went dead on August 9, 2021.

2. Joe Mafela

Joe had been performing on South African stages for almost a century. Joe Mafela, who was born on June 25, 1942, passed suddenly on March 18, 2017, despite leading a long and successful life.

3. Mandla Thabethe

From Family Bonds, Madla Thabethe, also known as "Bhongo," was a well-liked figure. Mandla passed dead on January 31, 2010, after a brief life. His birthday is January 12th.

Mandla, in contrast to the celebrities listed earlier, died in a motorcycle accident.

4. Akhumzi Jezile

"South African actor, TV personality, and producer Akhumzi Jezile was born in Ngcobo. As host of the SABC 1 program YOTV, he played a prominent role."

Akhumzi was born on the 15th of January 1989, and died on the 28th of April 2018.

5. Mongezi Thomas Stuurman (Mpura)

A well-known South African rapper, fashion designer, and record producer went by the stage name Mpura. Mpura's life was tragically cut short barely nine years after her born on September 22, 1995, on August 9, 2021.

6. LeboMathosa

Educator Lebo Mathos (17 Jul 1977 - 23 Oct 2006). She was one of the Boom Shaka supergroup from South Africa, she was a singer.

7. Manyathela, Leslie

"Both the South African national team and Orlando Pirates of the Premier Soccer League used Manyathela as a striker.

Manyathela, an outstanding goal scorer with the Orlando Pirates, led the league with 48 goals in 73 games in 2003."

I understand that this post might have caused some readers to reopen old wounds. While it makes sense to wish to avoid reading about a loved one's loss, this shouldn't stop us from talking about such events.

They may continue to rest in peace, I pray. Please accept my apologies if this article made you cry. I appreciate you reading this, and if you enjoy what you see, I'd love it if you would subscribe to my feed.

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