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Jonas Gwangwa embodied South Africa's struggle for a national culture

By Gwen Ansell, Associate of the Gordon Institute for Business Science, University of Pretoria
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The revered trombonist, composer and cultural activist never wished to be 'the state composer' but remained political until the end, in service of the people.

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