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Across South Africa, Worshipers Pay Tribute to Mandelai
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December 08, 2013 7:10 PM
People across South Africa flocked to places of worship Sunday to honor the memory of former President Nelson Mandela. As Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from Johannesburg, it was a chance for quiet reflection ahead of a week of special events leading up to the funeral (December 15) for the man known as Madiba.

Across South Africa, Worshipers Pay Tribute to Mandela

Published December 08, 2013

People across South Africa flocked to places of worship Sunday to honor the memory of former President Nelson Mandela. As Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from Johannesburg, it was a chance for quiet reflection ahead of a week of special events leading up to the funeral (December 15) for the man known as Madiba.


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