When you left South Africa, you crushed our hearts by taking the lives of many bright young people who we had hoped to see grow up. Our country needs God's aid to recover. Statistically, we lost more celebrities in the entertainment industry than we gained in the past year.
Jonas Mosa Gwangwa was a South African Jazz musician, songwriter and producer. He was born in 1937. Gwangwa was born in Orlando East, Soweto. He first gained prominence playing trombone with The Jazz Epistles. After the group broke up he continued to be important to the South African music scene and then later abroad. Despite his international fame, he was not seen favorably by the apartheid government, and went into exile in the 1970s. It was announced today that Mr Jonas had passed away by the Twitter page
President Cyril Ramaphosa has affirmed the dismal passing of Jazz legend and politically-sanctioned racial segregation lobbyist Jonas Gwangwa. Gwangwa passes on at the old age of 85. In spite of now unveiling the reason for Gwangwa's passing, Ramaphosa waxed expressive about a man he depicted as a monster of progressive social development, saying that Gwangwa innovative virtuoso helped to collect global help to battle the shocking and treacherous politically-sanctioned racial segregation framework. A goliath