Mandisa Dlanga (Self)Johnny Clegg (Self)Seth Mazibuko (Self)Sipho Mchunu (Self)
In 1987, the song "Asimbonanga" propelled the group of singer and dancer Johnny Clegg to the top of the record sales charts, before becoming the anthem of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa. Dedicated to Nelson Mandela, the imprisoned ANC leader at the time, the "White Zulu" song marks a milestone in the career of an artist who spent his youth braving censorship. Now 65 years old and knowing he was condemned by an incurable cancer, Johnny Clegg agreed for the first time to be filmed at home. He looks back on his childhood, his youth and his career. This intimate portrait intertwines the singer's intimate confessions with the testimonies of his fellow travelers.