/ 24 January 2022

The rogue daughter, mounting bills, mum trustees: How Mandela’s artefacts were almost auctioned

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As former president Nelson Mandela’s family fight to stop the sale of some of his most prized possessions from his home in Houghton, the trust responsible for protecting his artefacts has allegedly not wanted to become involved
The Mandela family saga has not abated: Makaziwe faces criminal charges; trustees, including Moseneke, are silent; and Madiba’s possessions were saved from auction only at the last minute

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