Zenani Mandela lashes out against lies told about her mother
- Author: Leroy Wright Apr 14, 2018,
Apr 14, 2018, 21:44
Family members, President Cyril Ramaphosa and dignitaries walk beside the casket of the late stalwart, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela as it is led out of Orlando stadium.
As soon as Malema wrapped up his speech, EFF supporters started streaming out of the stadium.
The service on Saturday for Nelson Mandela's former wife concludes 10 days of national mourning during which time thousands of people paid tribute to the "Mother of the Nation" at her Soweto hometown and other parts of the country. This was due to Mandela's 27-year stay in prison.
Earlier on Saturday morning, Gauteng premier David Mahura said in his welcoming to the service that the "truth will triumphantly march forward to tell us who" Madikizela-Mandela was.
The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has noted the debate about the role of the media in peddling falsehoods and discrediting certain anti-apartheid activists. "Loudly and with out apology, she spoke reality to energy".
"And, I believe there were ripple effects, on the global stage", he argued, citing strengthened women's roles in peacebuilding and reconciliation processes.
Mantashe highlighted the importance of uniting the ANC. "Mama Albertina Sisulu and Mama Winnie were mothers, but they never walked in the shadows of their husbands". Madikizela-Mandela's family left her Soweto home with political leaders to collect the struggle icon's body. "She never stopped serving", civil rights leader Jesse Jackson said Friday.
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ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe expressed his sadness during Madikizela-Mandela's tribute, adding people should celebrate the struggle stalwart.
"She cared about young people, she donated pads to little girls in our school also".
Madikizela-Mandela trained as a social worker.
Born in the poor Eastern Cape province, Madikizela-Mandela's childhood was "a blistering inferno of racial hatred", in the words of her British biographer Emma Gilbey. In 1977, she was banished to a distant city. If she is possible then I am possible too.
She faced death threats, house arrest, torture, internal exile, banishment, isolation and government slander.
In it, he told "the story of the coarse Madikizela-Mandela". "I should surpass her", Seabe said.
The couple ended the 38 years of marriage in 1996 after which she adopted the surname "Madikizela-Mandela".
Ramaphosa says that South Africa is burdened by the sorrow of Winnie's death, but the people are also comforted by the richness and profound meaning of her life.
"She could have just been a quiet mother with two children".
Mandela-Dlamini, her elder daughter, accused the media of being complicit in an extended "smear marketing campaign" towards her mom.
Following Makhura was a friend of Madikizela-Mandela only identified as Mrs Mokgobo.
"Praising her now shows us what hypocrites you are!" "Immediately is a second to heal these wounds".