Patricia Majalisa Death – “The world has lost a music icon, leader and great entertainer.” Those were the words of Dalom Stable manager Sylvia Tshanda in a message on the late Dan Tshanda’s Facebook page, after the sad news of the death of South African’s Disco Queen, Patricia Majalisa, 53, who passed away on Thursday at a Johannesburg hospital.
Majalisa, born in Mdantsane, East London, was recruited by the late South African music guru, Dan Tshanda, to the Dalom Stable in the 1980s. She produced over 17 albums, including the smash hit, Akulalwa Ziyawa.
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Sylvia Tshanda continues: “It is with sadness, regret, anguish and sorrow that I announce the passing of the Disco Queen, Patricia Majalisa. Her untimely death has left us and tens of 1,000s of fans around the world in shock.”
“Majalisa leaves a legacy behind, she graced the stage, she lit parties and dominated the radio stations across Africa and beyond, both at the times when she was with Dalom Stable and when she wasn’t.”
It is noted that Sylvia said Majalisa’s music “united all across different cultural, racial and linguistic divides, not only in Africa but the world over.”
The cause of her death is yet to be disclosed.
She had thousands of fans in South Africa, Zimbabwe and other countries.