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Mam’ Winnie will rest in peace with her great-granddaughter

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's daughters plan to bury the struggle icon in same cemetery as great-granddaughter

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

Zenani Mandela driver seeks redemption

Sizwe Mankazana sees the hand of fate in the crash that killed Madiba's great-granddaughter.

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.

Executors to announce contents of Madiba’s will

Nelson Mandela's final will and testament will be read out during a briefing in Johannesburg on Monday.

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.

Mandela’s daughters to sue dad for millions

Nelson Mandela's daughters are suing him for the rights to his artworks and control of his millions, says a report.

The business of being a Mandela

The family of South Africa's former president has spread its wings to take advantage of the freedoms he won for them.

Argentina welcomes Mandela’s daughter Zenani as new SA ambassador

Argentina has handed Nelson Mandela's eldest daughter, Zenani Mandela-Dlamini, credentials as South Africa's ambassador to Buenos Aires.

SA’s cadre ambassadors: Something to worry about?

As Tony Leon returns from a four-year stint as ambassador to Argentina, questions have been raised about the quality of SA's diplomatic corps.

Mandela crash driver’s case postponed

The case against the man accused of killing Nelson Mandela's great granddaughter in a car crash was postponed to August 27 on Monday.

Madiba, Winnie mourn at great-granddaughter’s funeral

Nelson Mandela and his ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, mourned at the funeral of their great-granddaughter, Zenani Mandela, on Thursday.

Mandela family identify driver in fatal crash

The car in which Nelson Mandela's great grand-daughter died was driven by the son of the boyfriend of one of the former president's daughters.

Mandela’s great grandchild killed in car crash

Former president Nelson Mandela's great granddaughter was killed in a car crash while returning from the Soccer World Cup kick-off concert.

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