Co-founder of Gospel Group Joyous Celebration Jabu Khlongwane called on the singers to work with each other and not just support each other at funerals and memorial services.

Veteran of the Gospel Deborah Fraser. Photo: dr_deborahfraser / Instagram.

JOHANNESBURG – The lack of support among musicians in the country was highlighted by artists who attended the memorial service for the late hospice star Deborah Fraser in Johannesburg.

Co-founder of Gospel Group Joyous Celebration Jabu Khlongwane called on the singers to work with each other and not just support each other at funerals and memorial services.

Hlongwein spoke to the media near the Treasury Department House, where Fraser’s family and friends gathered to pay tribute to the deceased gospel musician.

Fraser died Sunday at the age of 56 after a short illness.

Chlongwein said Fraser left a mark in the gospel industry.

He expressed sadness that at such times the artists were going to celebrate each other.

“We discussed with other musicians that the saddest thing is that we get together just because of someone when they die.”

The born and raised star of the Gospel in KwaMash will be laid to rest on Saturday in Hilkrest in KwaZulu-Natal.

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