Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke reads Nelson Mandela's will at a press conference. Photo: @shsmillie

Johannesburg - Former president Nelson Mandela's children and grandchildren from his first and second wife will share millions of rands, according to the former statesman's will.

Makgatho Mandela and Makaziwe Mandela, his children with first wife Evelyn, would get R3.5m and R3.3m respectively.

Makgatho's children, Ndaba, Mbuso and Andile Mandela, would receive R1.1m each.

Makaziwe's children - Dumani, Tukwini, Adjao Amuah and Kweku Amuah - would receive R1.1 million each.

Thembekile Mandela's children, Ndileka and Nandi Mandela, would get R3.3m each from the estate. Thembekile is Mandela's eldest son with Evelyn.

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's children, Zenani Mandela-Dlamini and Zindzi Mandela, are set to receive R3m each.

Zenani's children - Zinhle, Zaziwe and Zamaswazi - would receive R100,000 each.

Bambatha, Zondwa, Zwelabo and Zoleka, who are Zindzi's children, would also receive R100 000 each.

Mandela's great grandchild, Zozuko Mandela, who is Zamaswazi's child, will get R100 000 from the estate.

The provisional assessment of Mandela's estate was about R46 million, Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke told reporters in Johannesburg as he released Mandela's will on Monday.

Read the executive summary of Nelson Mandela's will. (PDF)