According to reports, he passed away after a recent battle with Covid-19 landed him in hospital.
Tshola was an award-winning jazz musician whose debut album ‘A New Dawn’ received critical acclaim.
In the 70s, Tshola was part of a musical group called Sankomota.
The band (originally named Uhuru) was from the Mountain Kingdom’ of Lesotho and was formed around 1976. It consisted of members such as Frank Leepa, Moss Nkofo, Black Jesus, Moruti Selate and Pitso Sera, among others.
At some point, the group was even banned in South Africa.