According to a media statement issued by the Prime Minister’s office, Dr Majoro said “The Village Pope” as Tshola was affectionately known will be remembered for his talent in music production and the music industry as whole.
Passing his regards, the PM described the deceased artiste as a great man who did a lot for the music industry in the region.
The Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture in the Republic of South Africa, Nathi Mthethwa also extended his deepest sympathies on the passing of the legend.
In a statement, Mthethwa said “The Village Pope”s melodious tunes from the Sankomota days to his solo compilations will linger forever in the minds of his fans.
Born in 1953, the late Tshola was an iconic song writer and award-winning jazz musician.