Brian ‘Bruno’ Majola To Be Laid To Rest

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By  | Aug 23, 2022, 04:56 PM  | Top of The

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The late Brian ‘Bruno’ Majola will be laid to rest today at the West Park Cemetery. His funeral service can be live streamed on YouTube and it will take place at his home in Soweto.

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Still left with no answers as to what might have caused his death, his family prepares to lay him to rest.

You can stream the funeral service here.

His friends and family were left heartbroken over his death. Speaking to TshisaLive, Sizwe Zatho his cousin said during the last conversation he wanted them to hang out saying they do not know how much time they have left on earth.

“We were brothers, we were friends. We used to do everything together,” he told the publication. “He told me we need to be in touch and see each other before we run out of time and I said we have all the time in the world...two weeks later he passed away,” he added.

Describing Bruno, he said he was a "respectful and humble man" who will always be remembered.

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“It was good to witness him change from his previous ways ... he changed his life and did positive things and became a role model and inspiration in the township as well as to myself after he also took me under his wing. He encouraged me a lot and showed me the right way to go. There's a lot I learnt from him

“He was a big brother to all of us, he was respectful and taught us such. He was very humble. I don't think he was celebrated enough. I think he was underrated. the things he did ... he was one of the artists who topped charts and did amazing stuff till his death.”

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Just when the country was grasping the death of Kwaito Legend Tokollo “Magesh” Tshabalala from TKZee, Bruno's death gets announced. During his funeral service, Kabelo Mabalane paid him a moving tribute saying they "lived five lifetimes in the 30 years that he had known him."'

"My life was impacted, the direction of it changed and it was never going to be the same again after I met Tokollo. Music was always the common denominator in our lives. We would fight and we would be the best of friends, but it was always music that connected us," he said.

"Tokollo what a privilege it has, and still is to have been a passenger in a car that you drove to be a catalyst that changed lives," he added. "It was Magesh that taught me to believe in myself. Magesh saw in me what I didn't see in me for the longest time he saw it in day one. He taught me how to be brave and fearless."
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