- A local fan has taken her love for Sjava to a whole new level by writing a thesis about his music
- The University of Johannesburg student penned the academic piece and was lucky enough to get the musician to sign it
- Sjava shared a picture of their meet-up on social media and left Mzansi impressed by his support of her project
Sjava has once again shown that he is truly for the people. The musician recently met up with a student who wrote a thesis about his music and signed the book.
The gesture was appreciated by the academic. Posting the meet-up on Twitter, he captioned the pictures with the young girl’s initials and surname:
The fact that the musician could take the time to show love to a fan’s work speaks volumes about how much he appreciates his supporters.
Social media users were equally impressed and shared their thoughts in the comments section. Twitter user NoxMaphala said:
“Ndlalifa! Izandla zidlula ikhanda.... words just don't seem enough. Uyingqophamlando Bhuti!”
“Your music brings healing bro please. You are the male version of Adele.”
“This is why in 2019 I decided to listen and write down all of Bhuti Sjava's songs. The level of lyrical content is unmatched globally. Best of the Best. Makhulukhulu.”
“Congrats Sjava. This is excellent and future generations will know all abt one of the best musicians ever to grace the music world.”
“This is what I call contribution into the public discourse.”
“Would love to read it.”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Sjava was spotted among the Amabutho who were at KwaNongoma for the memorial service of His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini.
Eagle-eyed social media users spotted the musician proudly marching towards the palace to honour the fallen king.
Many were impressed by how committed he was to his culture while others expressed concern that the Star was seen without a mask on several occasions.
“Why are they not wearing masks?”
“The standard of attitude and Zulu pride portrayed by @Sjava_atm is impressive. While some are in VVIP, he's there rejoicing naMabutho edaweni yangakubo. Uthando lemvelaphi yakini.”
“Sjava is a man of his culture.”
“Sjava loves his culture and he's not ashamed of being a rooted Zulu man.”
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