In the Academy Award–winning documentary film Searching for Sugar Man, South African fans track down folk musician Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, dispelling widespread rumours percolated in the apartheid era that the cult figure had committed suicide, perhaps by setting himself on fire during his last stage performance.
For Kevin Gundle, Rodriguez’s tuneful, anti-establishment musings were the soundtrack to his youth, songs that served as anti-apartheid anthems in South Africa. Gundle was also among those
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