Tributes pour in for well-known Gospel musician Deborah Fraser
JOHANNESBURG - Tributes are pouring in for well-known Gospel musician Deborah Fraser.
The 57-year-old died at her home following a short illness earlier on Sunday.
Details around the cause of her death are unknown for now.
Deborah was born and bred in Kwamashu Durban, Kwazulu-Natal in 1966 and raised by her mother Catherine Tshabalala-Fraser.
She broke into the music scene in 1985 as a backing vocalist.
But in the year 2000, she broke records with her award-winning album ‘Abanye Bayombona’.
She recently attended an event in a wheelchair due to health challenges, and she spoke about how hopeful she was about her recovery.
A video was shared on social media.
The Frazer family has asked for time to process the star’s passing.
#RIPDeborahFraser My version of heaven She is with Brenda Fassie now, ungikhondzele kusesi Nokuzola mamDeborah
Rest in Perfect Peace Dr Deborah Fraser. Condolences, your music lives on
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