Here Are Details Surrounding Mzhoza’s Cause Of Death. The timeline is in a sombre mood, as the reality that Mshoza is no more sinks in. As a pioneer of Kwaito music genre, Nomasonto Maswanganyi, was very well known in South Africa and beyond. The star passed away on Thursday morning, leaving a serious gap in the industry.
Mshoza died, due to complications from diabetes. Back in 2014, the 37 year old mother of two, opened up about her struggle with diabetes. This came after being hospitalized after a serious health scare. According to her manager, Thanduxolo Jindela, Mshoza was rushed to hospital on Wednesday afternoon.
“We were obviously keeping it out of the media that she was hospitalized yesterday [Wednesday]. Remember, there is Mshoza that everyone loves and knows. Then there is Nomasonto and she didn’t like such things to be known,” he manager told a local publication.
The late stare, rose to fame as the First Lady of Kwaito with her smash hit Kortes in the early 2000s from her debut album BullDawgz First Lady. She collaborated with stars such as Mzambiya and Msawawa, releasing smash hits. In 2016 she worked with Jindela in staging her music comeback when the single Abantu Bam was released.
Nothing on funeral arrangements hasn’t been shared at this stage. Mshoza is survived by her two children, Pride and Jacob Jnr, as well as two sisters. Our deepest condolences goes out to her immediate family, friends, and fans.