South African musicians died when they were 43

Here are 8 famous musicians from South Africa died at 43:

Reggie Schwarz

Reggie Schwarz (May 4, 1875 Lee, London-November 18, 1918) was a South African personality.

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Can Themba

Can Themba (June 21, 1924 South Africa-April 5, 1968 Manzini, Swaziland) was a South African journalist and writer.

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Lucky Dube

Lucky Dube (August 3, 1964 Ermelo-October 18, 2007 Rosettenville) otherwise known as Dube, Lucky was a South African singer, musician, artist and music artist.

His albums: Lucky Dube Live In Uganda (The King of African Reggae), Trinity, House Of Exile, Prisoner, Serious Reggae Business, Slave, Taxman, Victims, Africa's Reggae King and Rastas Never Dies / Think About the Children. His related genres: Reggae and Mbaqanga.

He died as a result of firearm.

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Donald Barkly Molteno

Donald Barkly Molteno (April 5, 2015 Wynberg, Cape Town-April 5, 1972) was a South African lawyer.

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Victoria Mxenge

Victoria Mxenge (January 1, 1942 South Africa-August 1, 1985) was a South African personality.

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Bob Gosani

Bob Gosani (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1972) was a South African photographer.

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Peter Mokaba

Peter Mokaba (January 7, 1959 Polokwane, Limpopo-June 9, 2002 Johannesburg) was a South African personality.

He died in hiv/aids.

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Robert Calvert

Robert Calvert (March 9, 1945 Pretoria-August 14, 1988 Ramsgate) a.k.a. Bob Calvert, Calvert, Robert or Robert Newton Calvert was a South African singer, poet, musician and writer.

His albums include Captain Lockheed & The Starfighters, Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Lucky Leif and the Longships, Hype, Freq, Test-Tube Conceived, Centigrade 232, Repeat Performance and Cardiff 1988: Ejection.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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