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Hugh Masekela, The Father of South African Jazz Who Tirelessly Fought Apartheid

South African jazz legend Hugh Masekela who passed away this week is renowned for his bravery he exuded through his music which was clearly anti-apartheid and had to be in exile for thirty years.

Hugh Masekela, The Father of South African Jazz Who Tirelessly Fought Apartheid
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