Legendary gospel musician Deborah Fraser has died at Chris Honey Baraghwanata Academic Hospital on Sunday, May 15, her family has confirmed.

“It is with deep sorrow that I inform you of the death of our beloved mother, sister, aunt and friend, as well as Gospel musician Deborah Fraser, after a short illness.”

Fraser, 56, was in the “presence of family and friends” when she left.

Her family asked for a place to handle her death.

Fraser, who released albums such as Giloria, Isililo, Umsamaria, Udlalile Ngabantu, Thanksgiving, Awusenasabelo, Umqhele and Uhambo, suffered a stroke earlier this week.

She also battled diabetes and failed in February. At the time, Fraser was confined to a wheelchair.

A TikTok video of her performing in a wheelchair was circulated on social media in April, and Fraser confirmed she could not walk.

At the time, she said, “I’m not performing, I can’t walk.”

After nearly two decades as a dubber, the veteran musician has released his solo album, Abanye Bayombon in 2000 and sold more than 1 million copies.

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