FILE - In this March 2012 file photo South African musician Hugh Masekela performs during the Observance for Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in central London. Masekela says he is canceling commitments in the near future because he needs all his energy to continue treatment for prostate cancer.
FILE - In this March 2012 file photo South African musician Hugh Masekela performs during the Observance for Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in central London. Masekela says he is canceling commitments in the near future because he needs all his energy to continue treatment for prostate cancer. Leon Neal, Pool Photo via AP, File)
FILE - In this March 2012 file photo South African musician Hugh Masekela performs during the Observance for Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in central London. Masekela says he is canceling commitments in the near future because he needs all his energy to continue treatment for prostate cancer. Leon Neal, Pool Photo via AP, File)

South African musician Hugh Masekela battles prostate cancer

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