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In this photo of Wednesday Nov. 3, 2010 South African musician Johnny Clegg speaks during an interview with the Associated Press at his house in Johannesburg, South Africa. Clegg, later dubbed the "white Zulu," was sure his song's message would be lost. At the time, his new genre of music, a blend of Western pop and Zulu rhythms, was banned from the radio _ as Mandela's photo was banned from newspapers. Clegg's concerts were routinely broken up, and he and other members of his multiracial band had been arrested several times for challenging a South African law meant to keep whites and blacks apart. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
Photo by: Themba Hadebe
In this photo of Wednesday Nov. 3, 2010 South African musician Johnny Clegg speaks during an interview with the Associated Press at his house in Johannesburg, South Africa. Clegg, later dubbed the "white Zulu," was sure his song's message would be lost. At the time, his new genre of music, a blend of Western pop and Zulu rhythms, was banned from the radio _ as Mandela's photo was banned from newspapers. Clegg's concerts were routinely broken up, and he and other members of his multiracial band had been arrested several times for challenging a South African law meant to keep whites and blacks apart. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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