Moses Taiwa Molelekwa conceived (17 April 1973 – 13 February 2001) was a popular and an incredible South African jazz musician. He was raised in the town of Tembisa, arranged in the territory of Gauteng, South Africa. During the 1980s he played with Miriam Makeba, Jonas Gwangwa, and others.
The death of Molelekwa stunned South Africans, especially in light of the fact that this incredible jazz performer was just barely starting his excursion in music.
Molelekwa would deliver just two collections during his life, his 1995 presentation collection, Finding One's Self, and its development in 1998, named Genes and Spirits. Both would proceed to win SA Music Awards (SAMA) and are viewed as fundamental collections in the South African jazz group.
He as has likewise created the late honor winning South African artist Sibongile Khumalo's most two well known collections the Ancient Evenings in 1995 and Immortal Secrets in 2000.
On a decisive day on 13 February 2001, Molelekwa and his better half Florence Mtoba were found in an office, which they shared together, in midtown Johannesburg dead and his body was discovered dangling from a bar and Mtoba had been choked. The case actually stayed a mistery even right up 'til the present time. At that point, news reports said he was consuming medications and investing energy with some unacceptable individuals.
His passing stunned South Africans, especially in light of the fact that this extraordinary jazz performer was so youthful and just barely started his excursion in music at that point.
Molelekwa will consistently be missed, yet his music stays with us forever.
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