Textbooks erringly cast him as a messiah without flaws and largely divorce him from the ANC.
An exhibition in Cape Town is showcasing handmade posters from the 1980s and 1990s that helped promote the revolution in South Africa.
The fraud-busters are to investigate how R250 000 appeared in EC Premier Phumulo Masualle's bank account around the time of Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Nelson Mandela's widow talks of their love, her grief and how she censored the media so he would not read bad news about his beloved ANC.
Nelson Mandela's family has defended the controversial book, saying those who had close relations with him are entitled to share their perspectives.
Former president Nelson Mandela's assistant Zelda La Grange has detailed incidents in which family in-fighting has left Graca Machel sidelined.
Former president Nelson Mandela's family was expected in Qunu on Saturday to mark the end of the mourning period after his death in December.
Nelson Mandela's grandson, Mandla has hired a publicist to help clean up his image as "the official face of the Mandela brand".
The National Lotteries Board allocation of R2.86-million for the production about Nelson Mandela's life is enough for just three nights on stage.
According to the producer of "Madiba: The African Opera" there are no funds because the Lotto did not pay out the promised amount.
"Madiba, the African Opera" premiers at the Pretoria State Theatre on Friday May 23 2014. The production runs until June 1 2014.
An ANC official says money was not misused despite reports that public funds for Madiba's funeral were paid to suppliers without official approval.
In Mitchells Plain, Geraldine trusts the DA with her children and grandchildren's future.
Thamsanqa Jantjie, the man accused of "faking" sign language at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, has appeared in a bizarre app advert.
In his e-book "No Country For The Poor", journalist Azad Essa tracks the path of two countries which head to the polls. Here is an excerpt.
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi speaks to M&G about elections, leadership and other issues facing South African politics.
Barely two days after the bust of Nelson Mandela was unveiled at Parliament, a police vehicle reversed into it and damaged its right side.