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Mandela said I could, so I got my doctorate

My mother was a domestic worker and my father a miner, and I went to school in the townships

Mandela, the Merc and the making of stories

Two films about Mandela's car come to different conclusions

Long Walk to Freedom sequel to hit bookshops next year

Pan Macmillan announces it has acquired UK & Commonwealth rights to the book which is likely to tackle Mandela’s divorce from his second wife Winnie.

Election craze: Top five politically related products online

From EFF berets to ballot papers from the 1994 elections, here are online store Gumtree.co.za's top items being bought ahead of the polls.

Mandela the communist? Dispute over ‘buried’ history

Accusations that the ANC suppressed its history and that the Nelson Mandela Foundation was part of the cover-up has raised the organisation's ire.

European gold mine for Mandela film

A film based on Nelson Mandela's autobiography is expected to rake in millions in Europe, say its producers.

Best of 2013: Books

M&G books editor Darryl Accone picks his top five best reads for this year.

Mandela’s ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ was Africa’s story too

Africa's heads of state have paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela, who they say shaped democracy on the continent.

It’s a story of love and forgiveness

The "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" director Justin Chadwick talks to the M&G's Shaun de Waal about making the long-awaited film.

Movie of the week: ‘Long Walk to Freedom’

The makers of "Long Walk to Freedom" have made a highly watchable film of Nelson Mandela's life story while remaining faithful to the facts.

Mandela movie: Costumer’s long road to payment

Much of the vintage clothing used in Mandela: Long Walk to ­Freedom was returned in poor condition, some didn't come back at all.

Elba’s Madiba gets nod from Mandelas

When Idris Elba arrived at the premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom", he drew some of the ­adulation usually reserved for the great statesman.

Ministers have ‘mixed emotions’ to Mandela movie

The premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom", which chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela, had many ministers in tears.

Zindzi: ‘Long walk to freedom’ movie emotional

A movie about Nelson Mandela, which will be released on November 28, was met with emotion by members of his family on Saturday.

Mandela film wins award at Aspen Filmfest

A film about the life of former president Nelson Mandela has won an Audience Favourite Feature Award at the Aspen Filmfest.

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In conversation with SA Reserve Bank Governer, Lesetja Kganyago

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