Winnie Mashaba Dead or Death Hoax, Who Is Winnie Mashaba? Age, Networth

Why are Winnie Mashaba’s death and obituary news everywhere? Is Winnie Mashaba Dead or Death Hoax?

Winnie Mashaba is a multi-award-winning South African gospel musician, TV presenter, and businesswoman. She was born and raised in the small village of Kgoši Phasha, Steelpoort, South Africa.

A lot of people are worried about the recent news of Winnie Mashaba that is going viral on the internet. “Is Winnie Mashaba Dead or Alive?” is the question that has been popping up here and there on the internet. Many people who know Winnie Mashaba want to know whether the news is true or a death hoax. You are actually on this page right now to know if Winnie Mashaba is actually dead or if it is one of the fake news that is often brewed and circulated by mischievous people on the internet.

From our investigations, Winnie Mashaba is Alive and Well. Some sources close to Winnie Mashaba told us that the news about Winnie Mashaba is a Hoax and should be disregarded.

Winnie Mashaba Death, Obituary, Cause of Death are all Hoax

While some trusting fans believed the post, others were wary right away, possibly having learned their lesson from the slew of phony celebrity death rumors that have surfaced in recent months. Some speculated that the death had not been reported on any major online media network, implying that it was a hoax, as the death would be significant news across networks if it were true.

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Winnie Mashaba Biography, Wikipedia,

Winnie Mashaba went to school at Mashupje High School but dropped out soon after passing Grade 11 in 1998 to pursue her passion for gospel music. Her first break came right after she auditioned for Solly Moholo. Soon after the audition, she released her debut album, Exodus 20 (2000). Winnie Mashaba has been nominated for numerous awards, including a Kora for Best African Spiritual Female in 2005. Other awards include the South African Music Awards (SAMA), South African Gospel Awards and Metro FM Music Awards. In 2010 she was named Best Female Artist at the Crown Gospel Awards. She landed a TV presenting role on Dumisa in 2017.

In November 2019 she received an Honorary Doctorate from Trinity International Bible University (TIBU) for her work in music.

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