Gloria Bosman is a South African singer, songwriter, and performer. She was born on 22 July 1968 in Worcester, Western Cape, South Africa. She is considered one of the most prominent and influential musicians in the country, with a career spanning over two decades.
Gloria Bosman Biography and Career Summary
Bosman started her music career in the late 1980s as a member of the group Women Unite. In 1995, she released her debut solo album, “Viva South Africa,” which was a critical and commercial success. She has since released several more albums and collaborated with many other South African musicians.
Throughout her career, Bosman has been recognized for her contributions to music and her activism in various social causes. She has won several awards, including the South African Music Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album, and has performed at many international music festivals.
In addition to her music career, Bosman is also known for her work as an ambassador for the Nelson Mandela Foundation, promoting the values of social justice and equality in South Africa and around the world.
Gloria Bosman Cause of Death
Bosman died at the age of 50 years after a short illness. The news was disclosed by a close friend of hers on Tuesday, 13th March 2023.
Gloria Bosman Funeral
Bosman’s funeral arrangement will soon be available as her family is still mourning her. She died on 13th March 2023 after a short illness.