'I view him as a tree that has managed to bear so many fruits for the country'

Condolences continue to pour in for legendary musician Joseph Shabalala.

The Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder passed away on Tuesday in Pretoria after a long illness.

Azania Mosaka speaks to award-winning artist and heritage consultant Mbuso Khoza about the impact of Shabalala's music.

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I view him as this tree that has managed to bear so many fruits for the country and we need to celebrate.

Mbuso Khoza - Award-winning artist and heritage consultant

RELATED: Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder Joseph Shabalala passes away

The passing of a human being is something we can't get used to but is natural. The only thing we can do is to reflect on his journey and how he inspired the continent.

Mbuso Khoza - Award-winning artist and heritage consultant

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