Cape Town - South African jazz legend Hugh Masekela was honoured during a moving memorial service in Johannesburg on Sunday.
As he was affectionately known, Bra Hugh's death was announced on Tuesday following a lengthy battle with prostate cancer.
Industry greats gathered to celebrate the late musician's life through a music celebration at the University of Johannesburg in Soweto.
Programme directors for the afternoon were Tim Modise and Shado Twala.
South African writer, sculptor, and poet Pitika Ntuli delivered a poem during the service.
Speakers included Peter Tladi and Babara Masekela, and musical performances by Lira.
Barbara said during the service: "My brother fought very, very bravely."
The memorial was followed by a musical concert.
The final public tribute is a celebration of the legend's life, and featured a range of artists he collaborated with, influenced and loved.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MEMORIAL SERVICE: