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Gauteng premier Mbhazima Shilowa has expressed shock and sorrow on hearing of the death of Lebo Mathosa.
In a media statement he said: "We will continue to hear her sensational voice on our airwaves, but we will never see her live performances again.
"Her death in a road accident reminds us to do everything we can to improve road safety in our province," said Shilowa.
"I wish to express my deepest sympathies to the Mathosa family ... on the untimely loss of their daughter."
Serame Ramathesele, the ANC spokesman in Sasolburg, said: "The loss of Lebo ... leaves a legacy that will live on for many years. The world has lost a daughter with heart, vision and talent."
Tshwane Tourism Association chairman Reynold Thakhuli said: "Lebo was full of energy. She was a career-focused young South African woman. May her soul rest in peace."