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Former Northern Transvaal light heavyweight champion Henry Makhado "Killer" Kekana will be buried at Seshego Cemetery tomorrow.
The service will be held at Phodishaditjhaba in Zone 3, starting at 7am.
Kekana, who was born this day in 1935, died in his sleep at his home in Seshego Zone 4 on Monday. He was one of the giants in the boxing fraternity in the 1950s and 1960s and ran Killer Boxing Club in Seshego.
He was also the middleweight champion in the amateur ranks in the then Northern Transvaal.
He turned professional in 1965 and later became a trainer. Boxers like Johnny Phofo became champions under his tutelage.
Had it not been for a lack of sponsorship during those days, Kekana would have produced a number of professional boxers. Many young boxers will miss him because he was always there to give them advice. - Mcelwa Nchabeleng