South African musicians died when they were 76

Here are 27 famous musicians from South Africa died at 76:

Lionel Abrahams

Lionel Abrahams (April 11, 1928 Pretoria-May 31, 2004) was a South African personality.

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Sid Atkinson

Sid Atkinson (March 14, 1901 Durban-August 31, 1977 Durban) also known as Sidney Atkinson or Sydney Atkinson was a South African personality.

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Abraham Manie Adelstein

Abraham Manie Adelstein (March 28, 1916 South Africa-October 18, 1992) was a South African scientist, statistician and mathematician.

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Basil Schonland

Basil Schonland (February 2, 1896 Grahamstown-November 24, 1972 Winchester) was a South African physicist.

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Dennis Dyer

Dennis Dyer (May 2, 1914-June 16, 1990) was a South African personality.

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Totius

Totius (February 21, 1877 Paarl-July 1, 1953 Pretoria) was a South African personality.

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Meyer Fortes

Meyer Fortes (April 25, 1906 Britstown, Northern Cape-January 27, 1983 Cambridge) was a South African personality.

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Tony Harris

Tony Harris (August 27, 1916-March 7, 1993) was a South African personality.

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Eddie Fuller

Eddie Fuller (August 2, 1931 Worcester-July 19, 2008 Milnerton) was a South African personality.

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Peter Heine

Peter Heine (June 28, 1928 Winterton, KwaZulu-Natal-February 4, 2005 Pretoria) was a South African personality.

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Pauline Smith

Pauline Smith (April 2, 1882 Oudtshoorn-January 29, 1959 Dorset) was a South African writer.

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Mazisi Kunene

Mazisi Kunene (May 12, 1930 Durban-August 11, 2006 Durban) was a South African personality.

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Chick Henderson

Chick Henderson (February 9, 1930 Johannesburg-November 21, 2006) a.k.a. John Hamilton Henderson was a South African journalist, sports commentator and football player.

He died in cardiovascular disease.

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Arthur F. H. Newton

Arthur F. H. Newton (May 20, 1883-September 7, 1959) was a South African personality.

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Dave Charlton

Dave Charlton (October 27, 1936 Brotton-February 24, 2013 Johannesburg) was a South African race car driver.

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Luki Botha

Luki Botha (January 16, 1930 Pretoria-October 1, 2006) was a South African race car driver.

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Steve Mokone

Steve Mokone (March 23, 1938 Doornfontein-March 20, 2015 Washington, D.C.) was a South African personality.

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Dolly Rathebe

Dolly Rathebe (April 2, 1928 Randfontein-September 16, 2004 Pretoria) was a South African actor, musician and singer.

Her most well known albums: .

She died caused by stroke.

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Kader Asmal

Kader Asmal (October 8, 1934 KwaZulu-Natal-June 22, 2011) was a South African politician and professor.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Miriam Makeba

Miriam Makeba (March 4, 1932 Johannesburg-November 9, 2008 Castel Volturno) a.k.a. Makeba, Myriam, Myriam Makeba, Miriam Makebo, Mama Africa, Miriam Zenzi Makeba, Makeba, Miriam, Zenzile Miriam Makeba or Zensile Makeba Qgwashu Nguvama Yiketheli Nxgowa Bantana Balomzi Xa Ufnu Ubajabulisa Ubaphekeli Mbiza Yotshwala Sithi Xa Saku Qgiba Ukutja Sithathe Izitsha Sizi Khabe Singama Lawu Singama Qgwashu Singama Nqamla Nqgithi was a South African singer, actor and singer-songwriter. Her child is Bongi Makeba.

Discography: Mama Africa: The Very Best of Miriam Makeba, Africa, Hits & Highlights, Homeland, Pata Pata, Sing Me a Song, The Guinea Years, The Queen of African Music, Volume 2: 15 Great Songs, Best of Miriam Makeba & The Skylarks and Live From Paris & Conakry. Genres she performed include Afrobeat, Jazz, Folk music, World music, Pop rock, Marabi and Afro-soul.

She died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Sathima Bea Benjamin

Sathima Bea Benjamin (October 17, 1936 Johannesburg-August 20, 2013 Cape Town) a.k.a. Sathima B. Benjamin or Beatrice Benjamin was a South African singer, composer and lyricist. She had two children, Jean Grae and Tsakwe Brand.

Her albums include African Songbird and WindSong. Genres she performed include Soul jazz and Vocal jazz.

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Lawrence Stevens

Lawrence Stevens (February 25, 1913-August 17, 1989) was a South African personality.

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Willem Eduard Bok, Jr.

Willem Eduard Bok, Jr. (January 1, 1880 Pretoria-October 29, 1956 Pretoria) was a South African personality.

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Walter Battiss

Walter Battiss (January 6, 1906 Somerset East-August 20, 1982 Port Shepstone) was a South African artist and visual artist.

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Stratford Johns

Stratford Johns (September 22, 1925 Pietermaritzburg-January 29, 2002 Heveningham) also known as Alan Stratford Johns or Alan Edgar Stratford-Johns was a South African actor, writer and entrepreneur.

He died as a result of cardiovascular disease.

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Lippy Lipshitz

Lippy Lipshitz (May 8, 1903 Palanga-April 5, 1980) was a South African personality.

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P. K. van der Byl

P. K. van der Byl (November 11, 1923 Cape Town-November 15, 1999 Caledon) otherwise known as The Honourable Pieter Kenyon Fleming-Voltelyn 'P. K.' van der Byl, The Honourable Pieter Kenyon Fleming-Voltelyn van der Byl, Pieter Kenyon Fleming-Voltelyn van der Byl or Pieter Kenyon Fleming-Voltelyn 'P. K.' van der Byl was a South African politician. He had three children, Pieter Vincenz van der Byl, Valerian van der Byl and Casimir van der Byl.

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