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Breaking news: president confirm the passing of a famous Jazz legend

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 of our progressive social development and our popularity based inventive businesses has been called to rest; the trombone that blast with intensity and valiance, and similarly made us feel good inside with smooth song has lost its life power," Ramaphosa said on is true twitter account. 

Jonas Gwanga climbs to our incredible symphony of melodic progenitors whose inventive virtuoso and devotion to the opportunity of all South Africans motivated millions in our country and activated the worldwide local area against the politically-sanctioned racial segregation framework," he added. 

A Soweto local, Gwangwa rose to noticeable quality playing trombone with The Jazz Epistles during the 60s. 

Subsequent to leaving the Epistles, he started earning consideration from the US, and in the year 1965 he was highlighted in a "Sound Of Africa" show at Carnergie Lobby, where was joined by individual South African amazing performers, for example, Maria Makeba, Hugh Masekela and Letta Mbulu. 

His passing will clearly send stun waves to the innovative business and jazz competitors. Previous Public Defender, Teacher Thuli Madonsela likewise participated in honoring Gwangwa, saying that the nation has lost a "immense lump of Music library and an exceptional man".


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