- Legendary singer Steve Kekana's six kids and his ex-wife are facing off in a nasty legal battle over his estate and thumb-printed will
- According to the will in question, the Raising My Family hitmaker apparently appointed his ex Ntsikelelo Mathimba as the executor of her ex-hubby's estate
- The musician's children are challenging the authenticity of the will and want the court to declare it unlawful and invalid
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Steve Kekana's children have taken the legal route after his ex-wife claimed that he appointed her as the executor of his lucrative estate.
The semi-blind musician's estate includes shares in a multimillion-rand shopping mall in Limpopo and his royalties collected by the South African Performance Rights Association.
The semi-blind musician's estate includes shares in a multi-million-rand shopping mall in Limpopo and his royalties collected by the South African Performance Rights Association.s against him.
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His six children are now challenging the authenticity of his unsigned, thumb-printed will that Ntsikelelo claimed was left behind by him. According to Sunday World, the will in question states that Nontsikelelo is the executor of her ex-hubby's estate and is also a beneficiary along with Steve's six kids.
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Steve Kekana passes away, tributes pour in
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that legendary Mzansi musician Steve Kekana passed away at the age of 63. The hashtag #RIPSteveKekana trended at Number 1 on Twitter when the news broke.
Newzroom Afrika took to Twitter and broke the news of the singer's passing. the news channel shared a snap of the icon and captioned it:
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"[BREAKING NEWS] Legendary South African musician Steve Kekana has passed away."
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela also took to the micro-blogging platform to share the sad news of the artist's passing. Politician Herman Mashaba also took to social media and penned a heartfelt tribute following Kekana's death.
"We have lost a legend. I can clearly remember how he took South Africa by storm in 1985. Steve Kekana entertained us, and got us through some of the worst times."
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Source: Briefly News