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Rethink Mandela book recall

South Africa and the world are all the poorer for not having access to this important text. And I feel all the richer for it

Mandela’s will could lead to more family squabbles

Nelson Mandela's will could reignite a power struggle after he chose Graca Machel, Makaziwe and Zenani to represent the family on big decisions.

Makaziwe Mandela reacts to AbaThembu criticism

Madiba's daughter Makaziwe Mandela has responded with questions after AbaThembu's Daludumo Mtirara accused her of being ignorant, says a report.

AbaThembu royals tell Mandela family to keep calm over estate

Madiba's family are reported to have been fighting over his estate and wanting to evict Graça Machel amid renewed infighting over family leadership.

Makaziwe new head of Mandela family

The AbaThembu royal family is outraged about the statement by Winnie Madikizela-Mandela that Makaziwe Mandela is now the head of the Mandela family.

Mandela family denies rumours of emergency meeting

The Mandela family have dismissed rumours of an urgent meeting at the Houghton home of critically ill former president Nelson Mandela.

Family gives update on Madiba’s health

Former president Nelson Mandela's family say he is "very strong" even though "you can see he is struggling".

Mandela daughters drop court battle

Makaziwe and Zenani Mandela-Dlamini's application to remove directors appointed by their father has been "unconditionally withdrawn", says lawyers.

Mandela case struck off the roll

A court application for the removal of trustees by Nelson Mandela's children has been struck off the roll, says Norton Rose Fulbright.

Mandela legal battle may be struck off roll

The fight between Tokyo Sexwale, Bally Chuene, George Bizos, and the Mandelas for legal rights might be further delayed or struck off the court roll.

Mandelas down to a T

The family has been accused of crass commercialism and tarnishing his legacy by fighting over his final resting place.

Factfile: The Mandela graves’ saga explained

Mandla and Makaziwe Mandela have been at loggerheads over the Mandela family graves, with both making incredulous claims. But what are the facts?

Mandla Mandela: ‘Justice system was tricked’

The grandson of former president Nelson Mandela, Mandla Mandela says the Mthatha High Court's decision against him was a mockery of justice.

Mandela: It’s all about the money

None of those many Mandelas fighting over his personal legacy has, in all this, shown any sign of being deserving of it.

Report: Nelson Mandela is in a ‘vegetative state’

Former president Nelson Mandela is being kept alive only by machines, say partially corroborated reports.

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