Nathan “Dambuzza” Mdledle played a significant function in the evolution of South Africa’s music. As the first choice from the Manhattan Brothers, Mdledle dominated South Africa’s music graphs of the past due ’40s and ’50s. Alongside the group, he made an appearance frequently on South African tv. In 1958, he made an appearance in Todd Matshikiza’s musical, Ruler Kong, in the primary role from the dark African boxer Ezekiel “Ruler Kong” Dlemani. The display, which also highlighted the other associates from the Manhattan Brothers including Miriam Makeba, effectively toured South Africa and was staged in London in 1961. A big change in the South African government’s method of apartheid while he is at England avoided Mdledle from time for his homeland. He continuing to perform using the Manhattan Brothers until his loss of life on, may 17, 1995.