Rorisang Pays Tribute To Muzart Founding Member Following Passing

Nkanyiso Khanyile has unfortunately passed away

By  | May 04, 2020, 11:14 AM  | Rorisang Thandekiso  | Drama

The founder of music group Muzart, Nkanyiso Khanyile, has passed away.

The firstborn son of late musician Jabu Khanyile is reported to have passed away on Friday. Sources close to the late musician told Sunday World that the musician died in hospital after suffering from an undisclosed illness.

Nkanyiso founded the pop group Muzart with members Rorisang Thandekiso, Refentse ‘Vic’ Chauke and Tazzy Lehutso.

The Metro FM radio presenter took to share a series of pictures of the times they had as a group and paid tribute to Nkanyiso.

"Talking about you in the past tense doesn’t make sense to me," shared Rorisang.
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Those who knew the late musician have taken to social media to pay tribute to Nkanyiso.

Musawenkosi Mahlangu, a close friend, took to Facebook and wrote: “When they say life is too short, akudlalwa (its no joke). Just 2 weeks ago we were talking and now he is no more! He was one of the coolest friends I had. Never judged, always wanted the best for me, taught me a lot and now he is gone.

“Jabu Khanyile Junior, first born, son, brother and a friend to many. Founder of the Muzart group and a producer. I remember when you were so excited of recording your new project and even wanted to feature me in one of your tracks. Those were the good times. RIP Nkanyiso Khanyile. May your soul rest in peace buddy. Will love and miss you always,” said Mahlangu.