Along with his massive 1984 hit, “Jive Soweto,” Sipho Mabuse helped to help make the Township pop music of South Africa a global phenomenon. Mabuse offers continued to mix South African musical customs with thrilling dance rhythms. Mabuse released his musical profession like a drummer for R&B group, The Beaters, within the middle-1970s. Heavily affected by American and English pop music, the group transformed its name to Harari carrying out a tour of Zimbabwe in 1981. Mabuse continued to be with the music group until departing to go on a single profession in 1984. Achievement arrived quickly as “Jive Soweto,” documented with saxophonist Western Nkosi, became an unofficial anthem from the anti-apartheid motion. Mabuse continuing his associated with the struggle against apartheid. A respected force within the politics group, South African Music artists Against Apartheid, in 1986, Mabuse presently works together with the South African Musician’s Alliance.