Gospel star Lundi Tyamara dies

South African gospel singer Lundi Tyamara has died at the age of 38.

Tyamara's manager Anele Hlazo says he passed away just after midnight at the Edenvale Hospital​ after battling with abdominal Tuberculosis (TB) and a liver condition for a long time.

I would always ask him if he is in pain, but he would always deny it.

Anele Hlazo, Lundi Tyamara's manager

I could see that he was struggling.

Anele Hlazo, Lundi Tyamara's manage

South African's have posted message of condolences on social media, remembering some of his famous gospel hits, such as Mphefulo wami and Ongqongqozayo.

Hlazo speaks of the last time he spoke to the singer, listen here...


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