Legendary dancehall entertainer Super Cat has sent condolences to the family of South Africa's anti-apartheid icon and first black president Nelson Mandela.
The "Wild Apache" was speaking with Ron Muschette this morning during the Wake Up Call.
Nelson Mandela had been receiving intense home-based medical care for a lung infection after three months in hospital. He died Thursday at the age of 95.
In relating news, Super Cat is slated to perform at Sting 30 on December 26 at Jamworld, Portmore.
The Dan Dadda who has not performed in Jamaica in more than a decade, says it is important to invest in the youths.
Other acts billed for Sting 30 are rapper 2 Chainz, Mavado, Ninja Man and others.