Award-winning gospel artist Deborah Fraser will be buried Saturday in Hillcrest, KwaZulu-Natal. She died last weekend after suffering a stroke a few weeks ago.

Fraser, who has been battling diabetes for years, died Sunday in the presence of her family at Chris Hani Baragwanata Hospital in Sauetta.

She was widely known for her first solo album Abanye Bayombona.

Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture Nokave Mafu visited Fraser’s house in Eikenhof, south of Johannesburg. “Her beauty is that her music has served us and her music has been very popular with South Africans. Her death affected us all because it is an icon, it is a legend. This is someone who has been there for South Africans in terms of music. As a government, we have come to convey our condolences and be able to tell them through loss and pain that the government is there for them. ”

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