Steve Kekana Death – Is Dead: South African artist Steve Kekana has died. The news broke on Thursday that 63-year-old Kekana had kicked the bucket after a lung disease.
Kekana was brought into the world on 4 August 1958 in Zebediela in the then-Transvaal. The South African artist-musician lost his sight at five years old and proceeded to go to a school for the visually impaired in Pietersburg, presently Polokwane.
It was during this time that he supported his adoration for singing and joined novice melodic gatherings as a teen.
As indicated by SA History, Kekana won what was then known as the SABC Black Music Award for the best male performer in 1979 and 1980.
Until this point, Kekana has purportedly recorded more than 40 collections and worked with any semblance of Ray Phiri, Nana Coyote, Joe Nina and Hotline including PJ Powers.
Kekana, a backer, was a college graduate with B Juris and LLB degrees. He likewise addressed labour law at Unisa. Last November Unisa gave a privileged doctorate in way of thinking on Kekana.
“I had a fantasy to acquire a degree from this college, however I didn’t understand that it would come in this nature. I’m lowered to be picked to come to address individuals living with inabilities,” Kekeana said in tolerating his privileged doctorate.
“This will pass on a solid message to the world that an incapacity isn’t a block. All things considered, an inability is an instrument for self-reexamination and insubordination of generalizations, predispositions and underestimation. Having a handicap implies taking space and adding to the advancement of society.”