Arts bridges any divide. The leadership of the great Nelson Mandela saw an opportunity in arts, sports and cultural events and advanced unity amongst South Africans. Various forms of arts have fast-tracked the bridging of different cultures in many ways. Through music, for instance, it is common to find collaborations between diverse cultures. Jonny Clegg, a guitarist maestro who was once dubbed a “white Zulu” because of his maskanda artistic prowess collaborated with Sipho Mchunu, another maskandi great, and formed Juluka. Juluka transcended cultural divides and unified the white and back races during apartheid years.