The late Riecks Morake gets more royalties

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Late composer and musician Riecks Morake’s music has received P17, 130 in royalties. The cheque was received by his son Sefako Morake during the Copyright Society of Botswana (COSBOTS) first distribution of music royalties, held Tuesday at Cresta Lodge.

Riecks who died in January 2012, received the highest amount of money, proving that his music is still receiving considerable airplay, more especially from Radio Botswana (RB1). The star died at the age of 80.

Riecks who started his music career in the 1960s has composed many songs. Those who do not know who Riecks, he is the owner of the song which is used by RB1 for its Temo Thuo program. The song encourages listeners to pay attention to ‘Temo Thuo’ program.

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