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The South African music scene has been rocked by the claim that a Zulu singer has returned from the dead. Police are investigating a man who says he is Khulekani Mgqumeni "Kwakhe" Khumalo, one of the best known figures in traditional maskandi music, who died in December 2009.
"It really is him," Khumalo's grandmother, Zintombi Mseleku, told South Africa's Sunday Tribune. Mseleku is one of several relatives – including the singer's daughter and two common-law wives – who insist the man who appeared on 29 January is the person they laid to rest two years ago, at a funeral attended
The man who claims to be the late KwaZulu-Natal maskandi musician, Khulekani Kwakhe “Mgqumeni” Khumalo, appeared in the Nquthu magistrate’s court on Tuesday to face fraud charges.
Sibusiso John Gcabashe, 28, will remain in police custody and his case was remanded to February 14 for a bail hearing,” Colonel Jay Naicker said.
Gcabashe was taken in for questioning on Sunday which led to the charges.
We think it is bit sick. Maybe the dude is possessed and stuff. Whatever it is, it does not sit well with us.