President Jacob Zuma appreciates Mandela South African President Jacob Zuma said the country would continue drawing lessons from the life of Nelson Mandela. Zuma...
CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha writes of his daily experiences while covering the Nelson Mandela funeral in Qunu.
The trial eventually ended on 12 June 1964.
This year marked 50 years since the raid on Liliesleaf Farm where a number of South African anti-apartheid activists were arrested.
Obama praises Nelson Mandela US President Barack Obama hailed Nelson Mandela as a "giant of justice" on Tuesday at the former South African president's memorial...
More than 70 world leaders from US President Barack Obama to Iran's Hassan Rouhani will be in South Africa for Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela will be laid to rest during an official state funeral, which will take place over a period of 10 days.
Moeletsi Mbeki’s family is interwoven with politics and the Nelson Mandela story.
Paul Harris, the co-founder of FirstRand, recalled a conversation he had with Nelson Mandela on investment choices.
South African businessman, Richard Maponya, believes that Nelson Mandela’s greatest concern was poverty.
Veteran journalist, Peter Sullivan, edited the The Star in Johannesburg in the Mandela years, at time of wit, laughter and conflict.
Kenyan multi-milllionaire Manu Chandaria had tea with Mother Teresa but it was Nelson Mandela who left him speechless.
From the release of Nelson Mandela and his ascendance to presidency, veteran photo journalist, Juda Ngwenya, walked with him at each stage.
Nigeria’s former president admires Nelson Mandela as the man who sacrificed everything to set South Africa onto the path of rectitude.
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...
Nigerian Wole Soyinka, one of the foremost poets and activists of his generation, acknowledges the debt he owes to political prisoner 46664.
Co-founder of CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa, Rakesh Wahi writes: It is my unequivocal belief that in life, everything happens for a reason.
As the son of anti-apartheid activists, Nic Wolpe grew up in the struggle and counted Nelson Mandela as a family friend.
FORBES AFRICA journalist, Lerato Seko, grew up in the years of democracy where the opportunities were far greater than those of her parents.
One of Nelson Mandela’s cellmates was former activist, Ahmed Kathrada, who faced death with his comrades.