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Check out Who the former SABC star is, who is reportedly still not buried.

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Deborah Fraser, a South African gospel singer, was born on June 9, 1965. She began her career as a backup vocalist in 1985, and in 2000, she released her own album, Abanye bayombona, which became a commercial hit in South Africa, selling over one million copies. The hit tune "Ngeke ngiyeke ukuthandaza" was featured on Fraser's ninth studio album, Uhambo. She won the first SABC Crown Gospel Music Award for Best Female Artist, as well as the SAMA Award for Best Gospel, the Metro Award for Best Gospel, and the Kora Award for Best Gospel Artist.

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The great singer passed away on May 15th after a brief illness. While many people said their final goodbyes to Fraser, current reports claim that she was not buried owing to flooding in Kwa-Zulu Natal's over the weekend, which caused havoc at local cemeteries. Her funeral was held in Kwa-Zulu Natal, however she was unable to be buried due to the present weather conditions in the province. According to a source, she will not be buried "According to the South African Weather Service, they are recommending Monday since they believe the rains will be over by then. However, because they can't just put the coffin in the grave with water and muck, everything will be determined by the weather ". Nonthando Mafisa, a family spokesperson, said the family has not authorized her to specify when Mzansi's media star will be buried.

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It's heartbreaking to watch Mzansi's late celebrity's burial being disrupted, but it was a wise decision not to bury her during these times. Floods may have washed away her grave, and it would not have been safe for people to gather at graveyards while floods were present. People have already died as a result of the floods, and this must be avoided in the future. Also, when it comes to items that they have harmed.

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