South Africa Pastor & Gospel Singer, Israel Mosehla Is Dead
South African Pastor & Gospel Singer, Israel Mosehla has sadly passed away. Israel was reported to have died today January 10 2021. Circumstances surrounding his death is not yet known to the public as at the time of filing this report.
Good night my friend. Pass my regards to my father. Thank you for wisdom and love always. Lala ngokuthula Bafo. RIP Foza wami. I will miss our late night laughs. #IsraelMosehla pic.twitter.com/2yrK3ADILS
— Tshepomabona (@iamtshepomabona) January 10, 2021
I am beyond hurt by the news of your passing my heart goes out to Skoontjie, ofentse, ethan and cammy’s unborn child who lost a grandfather today RIP Pastor Israel Mosehle pic.twitter.com/uCp6I5knpY
— Rabbit stew (@rbtsw_) January 10, 2021
Few Things You Need To Know About Pst Israel Mosehla
Israel Linda Mosehla 41-year-old was born in Soweto. His parents were preachers and musicians, the family released three albums with Gallo in the ’80s.
He took them to Five Roses Bowl where they studied Music Theory, Piano and Violin. It did not end there, Israel decided to continue with his Music Studies at Funda Arts Centre.
In 1985 Israel together with his brother Isaiah Mosehla and two friends Bongani Matsobane and Jabu Nkabinde formed a dynamic gospel Group called G. Effect.
The group released two albums produced by the legendary Sizwe Zako, titled Semonyollane and Siyagudumisa/Reyaholeboha the latter was released under Amanxusa Music Production, the album is still hot in the market.
During this time he had the opportunity to work with the prominent names in the gospel scene, the likes of Benjamin Dube, Victor Masondo, Sipho Big Fish Makhabane, Rev James Cleveland, Rebecca Malope Sizwe Zako and many more.
Between 2003 and 2005 Israel together with G-Effect toured the United States of America , United Kingdom and Brazil , there he had the opportunity to perform in New York ,, Chicago , Ohio , Dallas and London .
He will never forget the 09th July 2005 when he shared the stage with The Temptations when they were performing in the USA at Freedom Festival hosted by Calvary Temple.