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ANC ‘intervenes’ in Malema ex-ANCWL ‘sellout’ allegations

Paying tribute to Madikizela-Mandela during her funeral service, Malema accused some ANC leaders of being "sellouts".

Political battles play out at funeral of the ‘mother of the nation’

Some leaders were booed and old rivalries were hashed out in tribute speeches to the global icon.

Soweto waves goodbye to Mam Winnie, the warrior

It was a final, fitting, recognition of the Mother of a Nation, who was also one of its sharpest spears.

Ramaphosa: Winnie was left to tend to her own wounds

Ramaphosa implored the nation to honour her by reflecting on its own wounds so that it too can heal

EFF members leave after Malema speech

Once Malema ended his speech, the previously packed stadium thinned somewhat, leaving a majority of ANC and only few EFF party members behind.

They came to see the Mother of the Nation home

Madikizela-Mandela straddled generations because of her radical politics and her empathy for the oppressed.

Read Zenani Dlamini’s speech in full

"The world saw that a young generation, unafraid of the power of the establishment, was ready to challenge its lies..."

Zenani Dlamini takes Winnie detractors to task

Speaking at her mother's funeral, Dlamini pulled no punches in defending Madikizela-Mandela's legacy

Reverend Jesse Jackson: Winnie was an emancipator and liberator

Reverend Jesse Jackson paid his respects to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela this morning at her home in Soweto.

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