Posts Tagged Nelson Mandela

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Knowing South Africa’s People and Culture

Knowing South Africa's People and Culture

Last Sunday, South Africa’s ‘greatest son’ Nelson Mandela was laid to rest.  The state funeral was attended by politicians, celebrities, princes, friends and relatives. An estimated 4,500 people bade goodbye to their leader of peace.  There was a tight security during the funeral of the 95-year old former president and freedom icon of South Africa. […]

December 16, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

Current Events

Farewell to Nelson Mandela, Hero of Peace

Farewell to Nelson Mandela, Hero of Peace

“I am not a messiah but an ordinary man who had become a leader because of extraordinary circumstances.” – First speech upon his release, Cape Town, 1990 Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected black president,  passed away yesterday at the age of 95 after a long battle with illness. Affectionately known to his country […]

December 7, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

Travel

Interesting Places to See in South Africa

Interesting Places to See in South Africa

For most travellers, South Africa is the place where you can find an amazing sanctuary despite the chaotic modern world we live in right now. Most people visit South Africa for the richness and beauty of its wildlife, nature and interesting places to see. The country’s economy is the largest in the whole African continent […]

June 24, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

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Interesting Facts about Nelson Mandela

Interesting Facts about Nelson Mandela

The face of Nelson Mandela delineates one of the influential persons on earth. A friend, an African President, a leader and hero of the African National Congress is more than anything this man deserves. A book is not enough to inscribe his memoir as a fellow heart-warming and industrious president. As a man with wisdom, […]

December 17, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

Current Events

Highlights of the Top News of the Week

Highlights of the Top News of the Week

United States: A total of 26 people including 20 children died in a shooting attack in Connecticut on December 14, 2012.  The massacre happened in the two classrooms of Sandy Hook School in Newtown and lasted for few minutes. The attack is considered to be the second deadliest school massacre in the country’s history.  The […]

December 16, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>