The 17-year-old from Durba, KZN shared a photo of a wrecked car and said he was involved in an accident, but thankfully survived.
He said he is grateful he’s still alive and that his team also didn’t get hurt.
“Sbonge ukuthi umuntu usaphila ne team yonke ayinalutho. Jehova mkhulu,” he wrote.
After that, he shared a video of him and his team to show his fans he is fine.
He thanked his gogo for her prayers as well as thanked God and ancestors for saving them.
Before the accident, the excited singer posted a photo of himself boarding an aeroplane for the first time and said he felt like he was dreaming and his gogo was about to wake him up and send him to the shops.
He then said that it is possible.
“Tears of joy ngathi ngiyaphupha and ngathi ugogo uzothi vuka sipho uyothenga u-alishoni (lapho ngsalele kamnandi kanjani), kuyenzeka ngempela,” he wrote.
On Sunday, Mfanah Kah Gogo shared great news about signing to one of the biggest labels, Sony Music Entertainment Africa.
He thanked his gogo for raising him.
“Ngyabonga gogo ngokungikhulisa, just signed a first of its kind deal with Sony Music Entertainment – Africa,” he wrote.
In Other News – NTOMBI MZOLO’S 3-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER LAID TO REST
Singer Ntombi Mzolo was surrounded by close family and friends as she said her final goodbye to her three-year-old daughter Linile, who died earlier this week.
Linile died in a car accident on Tuesday. Ntombi thanked God for her daughter and for holding her up as she bade farewell to her child. “God is good all the time and all the...Learn more