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Personal Perspectives #3 | Johnny Clegg

Interview with Paolo Genovesi, global citizen, self-declared pro-Apartheid supporter, turned pan-Africanist. On the effect of music, musicians, and one musician in particular - Johnny Clegg - who affected his life and altered his world view.

Personal Perspectives #3 | Johnny Clegg
Welcome to UbuntuFM, Paolo, and thank you for the opportunity to sit down with us. Every story has a beginning. Where did yours start? 
So from your youth, growing up in Italy, Johnny Clegg’s music once again crossed paths with you during your stay in Zimbabwe? What had happened in the meantime?
What is your favorite Clegg track and album?As we write Johnny Clegg into the annals of (Southern) African history, what can we learn from his story and possibly apply into the future?
Amen to that, bro - thanks so much for your time.
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