KZN premier office to help pay for Mampintsha’s funeral costs

KZN premier office to help pay for Mampintsha’s funeral costs.

Times Live reported today, December 28, that the premier’s office and eThekwini Municipality will collaborate to help the financial expenditures of Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo’s funeral. The KwaZulu-Natal provincial government intended to support the send-off to the tune of roughly 50% in order to help the bereaved family. The musicians were called to a stroke on Saturday morning, December 24, and they passed away at Durban’s King Edward Hospital.

Mampintsha’s memorial service and funeral locations were set after a thorough search for the ideal location to hold the South African celebrity’s send-off.

The memorial ceremony will take conducted at eThekwini Community Church on Thursday, December 29. (ECC). The musician’s father, Reverend Simelane, invited everyone who desired to honor his life to come and respectfully send him goodbye yesterday.

The following day, the musician’s funeral will be held at Durban International Convention Centre on 30 December.

The Big Nuz ensemble, according to Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube, revolutionized South African music and dancing. She continued by saying that the group used their songs to promote the province widely, both nationally and internationally. Many young and new musicians from the province who liked music and dance were able to flourish thanks to the trio’s innovative style under the banner of Afrotainment.

KZN premier office to help pay for Mampintsha’s funeral costs

“On behalf of the provincial government, we express our deepest condolences to the family, friends and followers of Mampintsha.”

“We will play our part to facilitate a decent send-off for this pioneering artist as he drops the mic for the last time,” the report quoted Dube-Ncube as saying. West Ink Records manager Sbu Ncube said that the family was taking everything one day at a time.

According to reports, Babes Wodumo learned of Mampintsha’s passing while perusing social media. Babes Wodumo, according to Times Live, was upset after a nurse revealed the tragedy on social media before the family was even aware of it. When she saw his lifeless body, she threw herself on it, according to MDN News.