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Nelson Mandela’s daughters are fighting for rights to his fortune and artwork. Zenani and Makaziwe Mandela are reportedly angry that they have no control over their ailing father’s trust. They have filed a lawsuit, asking for full access to their father’s extensive fortune. In April 2004, the Johannesburg High Court ruled that Nelson Mandela had [...]Show More Summary
Team of pharmacists from St. Louis College of Pharmacy to begin a year-long relationship with Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Interview available before noon, May 21.
CANNES, France — The Weinstein Company's fall slate of awards contenders will feature a glamorous Grace Kelly, a brawny Nelson Mandela and a mysterious J.D....
The 2013 Commonwealth Open Chess Championship will run concurrently with the South African Open Chess Championship, the Nelson Mandela Bay Open Chess Championship and the South African Open Blitz chess Championship.These Championships...Show More Summary
'This is not what we fought for,' says Ronnie Kasrils. 'Nelson Mandela would have been outraged' One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 09:47 ON Fri 17 May 2013 SOUTH AFRICA'S police service have been accused of brutality and even torture by...Show More Summary
Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard star as Winnie and Nelson Mandela in director Darrell Roodt's powerful biopic. [...]
Nelson Mandela once spoke of the importance of sport for its ability to inspire and unite people. He said it had the power to change the world for “it speaks to youth in a language they understand…It is an instrument for peace.” Skate ambassador Miles Jackson takes these words to heart. Show More Summary
It looks like Justin Bieber is doing a lot more than expressing his love for Nelson Mandela while in South Africa. The singer posted a photo to Instagram yesterday of himself and a friend taking advantage of the younger drinking ageShow More Summary
Justin Bieber may be facing prosecution for an alleged battery incident in February, and the European leg of "Believe" may have hit a few speed bumps, but the singer is still looking ahead to the future. And that future will apparently...Show More Summary
Sir Alex Ferguson has been one of the few constants over the last 27 years. Back in 1986, the Soviet Union was a world power, the Berlin Wall stood tall in Germany, apartheid remained in South Africa, Nelson Mandela was in prison and Liverpool were still a footballing powerhouse. Show More Summary
The Southern Africa Enterprise Development Fund, or SAEDF, was not the first Enterprise Fund that the United States established to kick start the economy of a developing region. Or the largest. But despite long odds, it succeeded.
"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." -- Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa The impact of HIV and AIDS on children is devastating. To date, an estimated 16 million children have lost one or both parents due to AIDS, 90 percent of whom live in sub-Saharan Africa. Show More Summary
Nelson Mandela made his first TV appearance in almost a year on Monday, looking thin and frail in his Johannesburg home.
(JOHANNESBURG) — South African President Jacob Zuma said he found Nelson Mandela “in good shape and in good spirits” Monday, but a video of his encounter with the ailing anti-apartheid icon belies those cheery words, showing him with a vacant look on his face. Show More Summary
Robert Mugabe represents the lesson of how power can irrevocably corrupt a once admired hero. On the other side, Nelson Mandela represents an example of how great statesmanship and forgiveness can be a catalyst to a quick national healing.
(Reuters) - A film installation celebrating the words of Nelson Mandela, the former South African president, is taking over many of the electronic billboards of New York's Times Square for a few minutes every night for the month of April.
Britain’s wartime prime minister, Winston Churchill, topped a poll of leaders most admired by global chief executives, beating Apple founder Steve Jobs and Nelson Mandela. ||| BRITAIN’S wartime prime minister, Winston Churchill, topped a poll of leaders most admired by global chief executives, beating Apple founder Steve Jobs and Nelson Mandela. Show More Summary
Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa There are few people in the world who do not know the face of Desmond Tutu. When Nelson Mandela appointed him to chair the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa,...Show More Summary