Former president Nelson Mandela used his years in prison to fight for the people of SA, US president Barack Obama said
President Jacob Zuma received both cheers and boos as he made his way onto the stage for the memorial service of former president Nelson Mandela
Madiba draws foes together
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The gates to the FNB Stadium have been opened for the early crowd to enter
People have already gathered outside the FNB Stadium where former president Nelson Mandela's memorial will be held
Nelson Mandela’s eldest daughter says the icon spent a “wonderful week” with family before he died
Grieving South Africans will mourn alongside presidents and priests at Nelson Mandela’s memorial
Several roads around FNB Stadium have been closed for Nelson Mandela’s memorial service
Nelson Mandela's long-time private assistant and “honorary granddaughter” spoke of her deep love for the man who changed her life forever
More than 100 heads of state and government as well as scores of celebrities and heads of international organisations confirmed their presence at a memorial ceremony
The public's response to the death of former president Nelson Mandela has been incredible, Public Service Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said
Foreign heads of state and dignitaries will not be stopped from attending former president Nelson Mandela's funeral in Qunu
Leeuwenhof staffers Anna Friesley and Ragel Leukes remember the day Nelson Mandela came to stay
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