About Deborah Fraser finally buried after weather delays

About Deborah Fraser finally buried after weather delays

The group of Deborah Fraser was at long last ready to find a conclusion after the star was covered on Tuesday 24 May, following unforeseen weather conditions delays

The eminent gospel star was let go in KwaZulu-Natal, three days after her memorial service on Saturday. The internment cycle ended after weighty precipitation overflowed the gravesite of Deborah Fraser.


On Tuesday, Deborah Fraser was covered in the Lala Kahle Cemetery in Botha’s Hill in the KZN midlands.

The little confidential service was gone to by relatives and a couple of companions, including performers Tzozo Zulu and DJ Sox.

Fraser’s body was covered in a white coffin, with burial service participants delivering white birds out of sight in her honor

The memorial service parade was embraced by Bishop Vusi Dube. Addressing Daily Sun he said: “We say thanks to God that the day for them to at long last cover their adored one has at long last come. They will actually want to continue on with their personal business”.

Last Saturday, Deborah Fraser’s memorial service occurred at the Station Hill corridor in Durban. In any case, her body must be gotten back to the funeral home after coordinators find her gravesite had overflowed. This, after weighty precipitation in KZN throughout the end of the week unleashed destruction across the area.

On Thursday last week, performers and fans recalled Deborah Fraser in a remembrance administration held at the House of Treasures Ministries in Rispark, Johannesburg.

The vocalist died on 15 May at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, following a short sickness.

Source: The South African
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