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She died of a heart attack during a 2008 concert in Italy.
Makeba was among the first African musicians to receive worldwide recognition.
Along with Belafonte she received a Grammy Award for her 1966 album An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba.
She testified against the South African government at the United Nations and became involved in the African-American civil rights movement.
Upon her death, former South African President Nelson Mandela said that "her music inspired a powerful sense of hope in all of us." Zenzile Miriam Makeba was born on 4 March 1932 in the black township of Prospect, near Johannesburg.
She moved to New York City, where she became immediately popular, and recorded her first solo album in 1960.Her Xhosa father, Caswell Makeba, was a teacher; he died when she was six years old.Makeba later said that before she was conceived, her mother had been warned that any future pregnancy could be fatal.Her attempt to return to South Africa that year for her mother's funeral was prevented by the country's government.Makeba's career flourished in the United States, and she released several albums and songs, her most popular being "Pata Pata" (1967).
Neither Miriam nor her mother seemed likely to survive after a difficult labour.