Remembering Nelson Mandela - Video Collection Home by admin Last Updated: Fri, 06 Dec 2013 01:38:17 GMT 0 Nelson Mandela dies at age 95 Former South African president and struggle icon Nelson Mandela passed away this evening (5 December 2013) at the age of 95. He was at his home in Houghton Johannesburg. CNBC Special: The Legacy of Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela was jailed for 27 years before becoming the first black president of South Africa in 1994. A symbol of global peace-making, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993. Mandela and the Beast called Business (CNBC Africa Documentary) One of the earliest and toughest decisions Mandela had to make after he emerged from prison in the early 90's was whether to take Africa's largest economy towards socialism or leave it to the free market. Remembering Nelson Mandela with former editor of the Star Mathata Tsedu In the five years Nelson Mandela was President many of the editors in South Africa worked closely with him and as they reported the news often it could be very uncomfortable as former editor of the Star Mathata Tsedu recalls. Remembering Nelson Mandela with South Africa strategist Clem Sunter One of the few people to visit Nelson Mandela while he was serving his 27 prison year sentence was South Africa strategist Clem Sunter. Remembering Nelson Mandela with fellow prisoner Gabi Magomola When Nelson Mandela shuffled into 27 years of imprisonment on Robben Island off Cape Town one of the first people to see him was fellow prisoner Gabi Magomola. Remembering Nelson Mandela with photographer Juda Ngwenya Photographer Juda Ngwenya followed Nelson Mandela across the world on his travels as the president of South Africa. Remembering Nelson Mandela with former newspaper editor Peter Sullivan Former newspaper editor Peter Sullivan often clashed with Nelson Mandela during his years in power but through it all he remembers him as a man who simply believed there was good in everyone. Remembering Nelson Mandela with Ann Marie Wolpe Ann Marie Wolpe the wife of anti-apartheid activist Harold Wolpe spent her youth rubbing shoulders with Mandela at parties held by the young radicals of South Africa.