RIP Boeta Hotep

Hotep Galeta (1941 - 2010)

Bush Radio mourns the loss of one of our mentors, teacher and volunteer, Hotep Galeta.

Earlier today the Bush Radio newsteam reported that Hotep Galeta passed away at his home.

Boeta Hotep, as many at the station knew him, played an important role in developing some of the stations jazz programmes and also assisted with developing projects that used music to help with education and healing.

CLICK HERE: Rashid Lombard, CEO of espAFRIKA on the passing of Hotep

CLICK HERE: Hotep’s “Evil Vibes” Jingle

The volunteers, staff and board of Bush Radio would like to send our condolenscences to his family, friends and colleagues.

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4 Responses to “RIP Boeta Hotep”

  1. ANele Siwa Says:

    To his family, social circle and Bush family please accept the gesture of my condolences. My his soul Rest In Peace!!!

  2. Anthony Jacobus Says:

    I’m shocked at the sudden passing of a great legend. Rest in peace Hotep. Be strong Angela and children

  3. Be Connected 2 Jazz « Bushradio 89.5 FM Says:

    […] jazz musicians, including Abdullah Ibrahim, Cassandra Wilson, Abbey Lincoln, Kesivan Naidoo, Hotep Idris Galeta, Jason Moran, George Duke, Johnny Fourie, Archie Shepp, Courtney Pine, Charles Lloyd and Toots […]

  4. Celebrating the Ngcukana dynasty « Bushradio 89.5 FM Says:

    […] Nigel has broadcast documentary-style tributes to a number of our departed jazz heroes including Winston “Mankunku” Ngozi, Miriam Makeba, Johnny Fourie, Alex van Heerden, Robbie Jansen, Gito Baloi and Hotep Idris Galeta. […]

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