A blind South African jazz pianist and singer is showing there are no limits to the human mind. Yonela Mnana's music is familiar with South African audiences. He also has a masters degree in music and has now been awarded a scholarship to complete his doctorate through Arts Research Africa, a project funded by the New-York based Andrew W Mellon Foundation. CGTN's Julie Scheier caught up with Mnana in Sophiatown, which was once the heart of the country's jazz scene.

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