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Shows: Rian Reads Invictus
22 hours ago
Rian reads the poem "Invictus" by William Ernest Henley
22 hours ago
Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity.
News, Shows: Lala kakuhle Tata 1918 - 2013 (Obituary Video)
Former president Nelson Mandela died peacefully at his home in Johannesburg, surrounded by his family on Thursday evening, President Jacob Zuma said.
Entertainment, News, Shows: Bono Honors The Man Who Could Not Cry
Humor, humility and the ability to compromise were the marks of the man
Entertainment, News, Shows: Bill Clinton pays tribute to Mandela
Mandela ‘champion for human dignity and freedom’
Entertainment, News, Shows: Mandela daughters requested movie premiere to go on
People attending the London premiere of a new film about Nelson Mandela were told of his death as the closing credits rolled.
Entertainment, News, Shows: His life – A story told by Desmond Tutu (Audio)
Desmond Tutu remembers Nelson Mandela
Entertainment, News, Shows: Madiba Quotes that changed the World
A collection of some of the most memorable quotes from the beloved Nelson Mandela that will forever have an impact on our lives
Entertainment, News, Shows: Nelson Mandela, A Timeline
As we say goodbye to one of the greatest men to have graced this planet, let us reflect on how Nelson Mandela came to be this adored international icon
Is this something you would consider doing to cut the cost of e-tolls?
36 minutes ago
As the country prepared to host a memorial service for former president Nelson Mandela, all hotels in Gauteng were placed on an immediate "block out".
39 minutes ago
Rightwing group Suidlanders put out a message to its members on Friday outlining how it was dealing with what it called "the Mandela situation".
40 minutes ago
Countries paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela by lighting up buildings in the colours of the South African flag.