Featuring some of the world's top bands and hosted by British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Nelson Mandela, this 2001 concert in London's Trafalgar Square celebrated the seventh anniversary of free elections in South Africa. Songs include "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" (Mbawula featuring The Manhattan Brothers), "One Love" (Dave Stewart featuring Gary "Mudbone" Cooper), "Losing My Religion" (R.E.M.) and many others.
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Have you watched South Africa Freedom Day: Concert on the Square yet? What did you think about it?