Reflecting on Johnny Clegg's role in pursuing social cohesion, non-racialism

While Johnny Clegg has been laid to rest, his impact on South African music and politics is still being reflected on by many.

The South African singer died on Tuesday at the age of 66.

RELATED: Professor David Coplan chats about his friendship of 44 years with Johnny Clegg

Eusebius McKaiser sat down with executive director at Section27 Mark Heywood and Professor Richard Pithouse to further reflect on Clegg's role in South Africa's pursuit for social cohesion and non-racialism.

Johnny was a multidimensional man and I think that each of those dimensions need exploration.

Mark Heywood, Executive Director - Section27

It is very seldom that you would have a figure speaking with that power to such a wide range of people.

Professor Richard Pithouse

Click on the link below to hear the full conversation...


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