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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.

Blockbuster star Idris Elba talks new indie film, ‘Mi Mandela’ and romcoms

Actor Idris Elba talks about ‘Mi Mandela’, a Luther-inspired album and his directorial film debut.

Spoilt for choice at the Oscars

With so many good films in competition, it's difficult to predict winners at this year's Academy Awards.

U2 Mandela song wins Golden Globe

"Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" producer Anant Singh has congratulated rock band U2 for its win at the Golden Globe awards over the weekend.

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.

Did the Mandela movie really sustain 12 000 jobs?

The NEF says 12 000 jobs were "sustained" during the production of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom". But that claim's false, according to Africa Check.

More nominations roll in for Mandela film

"Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" has received two more nominations, this time at the London Critics Circle Film awards.

Mandela film gets three Golden Globe nominations

A film about the life of former president Nelson Mandela titled "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom" has received three Golden Globe nominations.

Mandela movie screening stopped for 24 hours

Producer Anant Singh talks about his decision not to screen "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" for 24 hours, following the death of Madiba.

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