Peter Tosh loved Africa with his whole heart. He visited Africa on more than one occasion.
Tosh also played live in The Father’s Land. This was in Swaziland in 1984.
The fact that Peter Tosh played Reggae music right next to South Africa during the height of apartheid indicates his bravery.
This move is symbolic of Peter Tosh’s love for and dedication to African people.
Tosh embodied the teachings of Marcus Garvey in his music.
Tosh sang for all oppressed and marginalised People of the world.