Sho Madjozi has had an incredible 2019, no doubt. But tragedy stole in the dark around December 17, when Makhananï Maganye, the sister of the Limpopo star, had a fatal road accident.
Speculations which later became confirmations, have it that the “Kona” mastermind lost her sister in a car accident on December 17, and she had since been laid to rest on December 22.
Further confirming the story is We Make Music Ltd on their social media handle. They released a statement on Wednesday which read:
“On Behalf of Sho Madjozi, we wish to express our gratitude for the support we have received following the tragic death of her younger sister, Makhananï Maganye, in a car accident on December 17 in Bungeni village, Limpopo. Makhananï was laid to rest on Sunday 22, December.
The statement further added that they were grateful to organisers of various shows that BET Award winner could not honour during her difficult time.
“We acknowledge and appreciate the disappointment of fans who were looking forward to her performances and appeal for their understanding and support.”
According to them, Sho Madjozi would be back to doing what she does best, as soon as she was in a better shape to do so.
They concluded by giving a bit of enlightenment, urging all South Africans to drive carefully, especially during the festive season.