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A DOCUMENTARY based on the life and death of popular Yfm DJ Fana Khabzela Khaba is in the pipeline.
DJ Khabzela, as he was affectionately known, died of an HIV-Aids related illness in 2004.
The documentary will be shot by Splanor Entertainment, an emerging black television and film production company supported by Shanduka Black Umbrella.
Reginalt Colossa of Splanor said they were compelled to tell Khabzela's story because he was a legend and because he disclosed his status on radio.
"He was one of a few South African celebrities to bravely disclose his status," Colossa said. "We see him as an inspiration to other local celebrities and the rest of the world in the campaign against the spread of HIV-Aids.
"He was loved and admired by many people but mostly the youth. That is why we feel he is the ideal entrant for reaching the youth."
Colossa said the documentary would be shot early next year and the company was raising funds for it.
On December 1 the company will host a music concert in Soweto.
"When we are done shooting we will show it to few stakeholders before taking it to various film festivals," Colossa said.
"After that we will release it to the public. We are now raising funds through a music concert that will be held in Soweto."