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24 min ago | Mirror.co.uk
In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mirror, 59-year-old Maki tells how the family said goodbye to the great man Her voice cracking with emotion, Nelson Mandela's eldest daughter yesterday told of the heartbreaking moment her famous father "slipped away" from her before her eyes.
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2 hrs ago | Newkerala.com
Johannesburg, Dec 7 : Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has lamented a poor bowling performance after South African prodigy Quinton de Kock set up a 141-run victory for the hosts in the first one-day international at the Wanderers Stadium on Thursday, according to reports.
6 hrs ago | WMTW-TV Auburn
6 hrs ago | Wizbang
Everyone has turned to star-struck mush on the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela, but it should be remembered that he chose to side with murderers, despots, and communists when he emerged from prison in the 1980s.
9 hrs ago | The Mercury
THE Museum of Old and New Art expects its millionth visitor this month and is celebrating the landmark with two new exhibitions by international artists.
As the world shed tears over the death of Nelson Mandela at age 95, mid-Hudson leaders expressed their profound gratitude for the former South African president's unshakable heroism in the fight against apartheid and human injustice.
Helen Suping with a picture of Mandela in the background at her stall in the Shillong carnival on Friday.
A Polish court has fined a 23-year-old woman who admitted posting an invitation to an outdoor spring party on Facebook, which drew more than 20,000 people.
Mandela died peacefully at home in Johannesburg aged 95 after spending months in critical condition following treatment for a lung infection.
Nelson Mandela laughs while celebrating his 89th birthday with children at the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund in Johannesburg.
Rev. Nelson "Fuzzy" Thompson is the long-time local chair of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a group of ministers which came to prominence under Martin Luther King Jr's leadership during the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
We tend to think of him as an old man - grey-haired and frail - if only because he was already 71 when most of us first set eyes on him as he walked free from prison in 1990.