Jonathan Paul Clegg, OBE, OIS was a South African musician, singer-songwriter, dancer, anthropologist and anti-apartheid activist, some of whose work was in musicology focused on the music of indigenous South African peoples.
His band Juluka began as a duo with Sipho Mchunu and was the first group in the South African apartheid-era with a white man and a black man.
BORN: 7 June 1953
HOME TOWN: Bacup, Lancashire, England
PARENT: Nonqaphi Nosekeni (mother) and Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela (father)
SPOUSE: Graça Machel (m. 1998 – 2013), Winnie Mandela (m. 1958 – Div. 1996), Evelyn Mase (m. 1944 – Div. 1958)
DIED: 16 July 2019 (aged 66)
PLACE OF DEATH: Johannesburg, South Africa
RESTING PLACE: Mandela Graveyard, Qunu, Eastern Cape
CHILDREN: 7, including Makgatho, Makaziwe, Zenani, Zindziswa and Josina (step-daughter)
OCCUPATION: Musician, Singer-Songwriter-Dance Anthropologist (profession) Anti-Apartheid Activist
NICKNAME(S): The White Zulu
AWARDS: Order of Ikhamanga…
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