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Brenda’s Legacy Lives On, I know!

Monday 9 May 2022 marks the very sad death of township Diva Brenda Fassie 18 years ago.
When the Sunday Times turned 100 years in 2006 and as part of their celebrations, the publication embarked on an exercise to give back to South Africa. The publication was to build 40 memorial sites around the country to mark newsmakers and news events that occurred over the century and had an impact on the brand South Africa.
Affectionately called “MaBrrr” and described as the “Queen of African Pop”, Brenda Nokuzola Fassie, died in her sleep at Sunninghill Hospital.

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