|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Via Orlondo||4||Audio||1985||ccp Record Company|
|2||Yellow Mealie Meal||3||Audio||1987||EMI|
|4||Via Orlando / No Woman No Party||2||Audio||1985||Two Hit Records|
Born in 1951 and raised in Alexandra township (north of Johannesburg), young Condry learned the guitar from his older brother and went on to play in groups such as [b]The Anchors[/b], [b]Flaming Souls[/b], and [b]Flaming Ghettoes[/b].
After his son's unexplained death in 1980, he accelerated his initiation as a "Sangoma" (spiritual healer) and (after slaughering a cow to appease the ancestors) joined the famous [a=Harari] in 1981. Following the break-up of Harari he assembled a backing band for exiled artists such as [a=Letta Mbulu] and [a=Caiphus Semenya] and toured with [a=Harry Belafonte]. His extensive travels even earned him a spot on the apartheid government's national security watchlist.
The late 1980's saw Mr. Ziqubu launch a successful solo career.