South African musicians died when they were 74

Here are 22 famous musicians from South Africa died at 74:

Hendrik Klopper

Hendrik Klopper (September 25, 1903-December 30, 1977) a.k.a. Hendrik Balzazar Klopper or General Hendrik Balzazar Klopper DSO was a South African military officer.

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Charlie Smith

Charlie Smith (December 25, 1872-March 27, 1947) was a South African personality.

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Sivert Samuelson

Sivert Samuelson (November 21, 1883 South Africa-November 18, 1958) was a South African personality.

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Denys Morkel

Denys Morkel (January 29, 1906-October 6, 1980) was a South African personality.

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Eric Dalton

Eric Dalton (December 2, 1906-June 3, 1981) was a South African personality.

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Moses Blackman

Moses Blackman (December 6, 1908-June 3, 1983) was a South African scientist.

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Ken Gampu

Ken Gampu (August 28, 1929 Germiston-November 4, 2003 Vosloorus) was a South African actor, physical training instructor, salesman, interpreter, police officer and teacher. He had two children, Ken Gampu Jr. and Gatsha Gampu.

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David Wright

David Wright (February 23, 1920 Johannesburg-August 28, 1994 Heathfield and Waldron) was a South African poet.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Jackie Pretorius

Jackie Pretorius (November 22, 1934 Potchefstroom-March 30, 2009 Johannesburg) was a South African race car driver.

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Pius Langa

Pius Langa (March 25, 1939 Bushbuckridge-July 24, 2013 Johannesburg) was a South African judge.

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Oswald Smith-Bingham

Oswald Smith-Bingham (January 29, 1904 Harrismith, Free State-January 27, 1979) was a South African personality.

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Jamie Uys

Jamie Uys (May 30, 1921 Boksburg-January 29, 1996 Johannesburg) a.k.a. Jamie Hayes, Johannes Jacobus Uys or Jacobus Johannes Uys was a South African film director, film producer, actor, cinematographer, screenwriter and film editor.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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John Langalibalele Dube

John Langalibalele Dube (February 22, 1871 KwaZulu-Natal-February 11, 1946) was a South African politician, essayist, philosopher, educator, publisher, editor, novelist and poet.

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Allan McLeod Cormack

Allan McLeod Cormack (February 23, 1924 Johannesburg-May 7, 1998 Massachusetts) was a South African physicist.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Margaret Legum

Margaret Legum (October 8, 1933 South Africa-November 1, 2007) was a South African writer, journalist and economist.

She died as a result of cancer.

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Christopher Quintin Brand

Christopher Quintin Brand (May 25, 1893 Kimberley, Northern Cape-March 7, 1968 Mutare) was a South African personality.

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Charles Barlow

Charles Barlow (May 10, 1905 Durban-June 1, 1979 Sotogrande) was a South African personality.

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Basil Melle

Basil Melle (March 31, 1891 Somerset West-January 8, 1966 Johannesburg) was a South African personality.

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David Clapham

David Clapham (May 17, 1931 Rawmarsh-October 22, 2005) was a South African personality.

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Sir David Graaff, 3rd Baronet

Sir David Graaff, 3rd Baronet (May 3, 1940 South Africa-January 24, 2015) was a South African politician, businessperson and winemaker.

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Clifford Davis

Clifford Davis (April 23, 1900 Cape Town-October 19, 1974 Stanmore) was a South African personality.

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Malcolm Forsyth

Malcolm Forsyth (December 8, 1936 Pietermaritzburg-July 5, 2011 Edmonton) also known as Malcolm Forsyth, CM or Forsyth, Malcolm was a South African composer, trombonist and music teacher. He had one child, Amanda Forsyth.

His most important albums: Forsyth: Atayoskewin / Freedman: Oiseaux Exotiques.

He died in pancreatic cancer.

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