WATCH: Unique video tribute to Mandoza

Tributes have continued to pour in for late kwaito star, Mandoza (real name Mduduzi Tshabalala) since he died on Sunday after battling cancer.

His family, fellow musicians, fans and politicians gathered at the Standard Bank Arena in Johannesburg to celebrate his life at his memorial service on Wednesday.

Pretoria-based producer, Maurice Machi, was inspired to pay tribute to the artist after his death and has included some of the 38-year-old's biggest hits like Godoba, 50/50 and Nkalakatha.

Watch the tribute video below:

Mandoza's funeral will be on Friday at 8am at Grace Bible Church in Soweto.

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