Former SA’s Got Talent Winner Dies At 57, Cause Of Death, Obituary, Tribute Explored

James Bhemgee Death: The 57-year-old who hailed from Kalksteenfontein yet lived in Mitchells Plain, died at his home in Cuckoo Street, Rocklands, which is additionally the Spes Bona klopse kamer.

James Bhemgee Death: While it’s as yet muddled how the drama artist kicked the bucket, the Daily Voice learned he passed on not long before 4am at home.

James Bhemgee Death: An occupant who lives with James said he was “debilitated” in bed for two days.

James Bhemgee Death: “He appeared to be OK yet said he wasn’t feeling good and needed to rests.

“He was still OK last evening. I realize he had some kidney issues and frequently requested counsel from a kidney patient we know.

James Bhemgee Death: “He wasn’t at the purpose in getting dialysis yet however he was experiencing kidney issues.

James Bhemgee Death: “He whined of no agonies yesterday except for toward the beginning of today around 3am, his eyes were going to the rear of his head and we realized something was off-base. While one more inhabitant attempted to rush him to emergency clinic via vehicle, he passed on coming.”

James Bhemgee Death: James, known as the “Singing Dustman”, rose to distinction when he won Season 2 of SA’s Got Talent in 2010.

James Bhemgee Death: Via web-based entertainment, messages of sympathies poured in for the artist who was famous for his version of show exemplary Nessun Dorma.

Performer Allistair Izobell posted: “Rest pleasantly brother…. your voice will perpetually ring in my heart. Your race is finished. You made numerous hearts grin with your ability and appeal.”

Muneel Al Abdullah Jacobs stated: “Still difficult to accept. Working with him training ensembles and making music was an honor. Tear my dear companion, your voice was that of heavenly messenger and presently you going to sing for them.”

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