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As 2018 draws to a close, it will be remembered as the year that South Africa bid farewell to several of its A-list actors, singers, politicians, and most poignantly, the mother of the nation.
Mam' Winnie honoured with a moving performance
Twitter was ablaze with emotion after newly-elected President Cyril Ramaphosa quoted a Hugh Masekela song during the State of the Nation Address (SONA).
South African jazz legend Hugh Masekela was honoured during a moving memorial service in Johannesburg.
The towering jazz giant waged a heroic battle with prostate cancer but finally gave in when the heavens ordered: Time’s up, writes Phil Molefe.
Among the many things he was known for, Hugh Ramapolo Masekela was a prolific collaborator – and worked with producers, musicians, film makers and writers, young and old. Charl Blignaut spoke to Oskido about Bra Hugh's influence on the revolution of SA House music.
Fans gather at the Hugh Masekela Heritage Park for an audiovisual celebration of music legend Hugh Masekela's life.
Bra Hugh ‘fought’ until the end, his oncologist says, Usain Bolt to visit SA as part of an Athletics South Africa development programme and Bathabile Dlamini admits she failed to inform ConCourt promptly about the Sassa deadline delay.
The Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation has announced the details of the week-long memorial celebration, following the death of the world renowned musician.
Oliver Mtukudzi has died on the same day, exactly one year apart, as celebrated South African trumpeter and, long-time friend, jazz musician Hugh Masekela.
The song describes what Proverb’s version of heaven looks like, and we’ve got to say, it sounds like a pretty happy place.
Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) announced four new, exciting acts for their upcoming 19th edition.
While performing in London, DJ Black Coffee took the time in the middle of one of his sets to pay tribute to the late Hugh Masekela.
Friends, family and associates say he never allowed his cancer to have power over him.
With the passing of one of the country’s most prolific artists, #Trending reached out to the band who played with Bra Hugh Masekela. Phumlani S Langa spoke to them about the moments they’re glad to have spent with the father of African jazz.
Many industry greats took to the stage to pay tribute to Hugh Masekela including poet Don Mattera and musicians Caiphus Semenya and Jonas Gwangwa.
A music celebration of Bra Hugh's life
The family of late legendary jazz artist Hugh Masekela held a press briefing on Thursday afternoon for the first time following his passing on Tuesday. Watch.
Speaking at a press briefing, radiation oncologist Dr Yastira Ramdas, who worked closely with the late Hugh Masekela, told the media that the jazz star "fought" till the very end.
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