Rhythm City actor, Dumisani Masilela and kwaito star Antony Motaung, popularly known as “Tsekeleke” will both be laid to rest on Saturday morning.
Masilela died in hospital on Thursday last week after he was shot in an attempted hijacking in Tembisa the previous day.
Tsekeleke also passed away in hospital last week on Tuesday, following a long battle with diabetes.
Both Masilela and Tsekeleke were remembered at their respective memorial services on Wednesday in Ekurhuleni.
The 29-year-old actor’s funeral service will be held at the Hope Restoration Ministries in Kempton Park at 8:30. He will then be laid to rest at the Zuurfontein Cemetery.
Tsekeleke’s funeral service will be held at the Dominion Life Cathedral International Church in Tembisa at 8:00 before he’s laid to rest at the Mooifontein Cemetery, also in Kempton Park.
Condolences pouring in for Dumi and Tsekeleke
— Min. Nathi Mthethwa (@NathiMthethwaSA) August 3, 2017
Today is so heavy! Broken hearts all around. If u can, give comfort, support & a shoulder to cry on. Be a friend, be a pillar of strength🙏🏾
— Rami Chuene 1st Lady (@ramichuene) August 3, 2017
You try and fight them.
You co-operate with them.
— Nomzamo Mbatha (@NomzamoMbatha) August 3, 2017
The Good leave too soon.
— Divine Leader (@KhumoPulumoSA) August 3, 2017
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Social media reacts to kwaito star Tsekeleke’s death
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