As everyone probably knows by now, Nelson Mandela is one of the greatest politician who ever graced the face the face of earth. Alongside the help of others, he took South Africa from being an apartheid ruled country to being a democratic country where all those who live in it have equal opportunities to tackle this thing called life.
As much as he's a considered a great man, there some decisions that Mandela took over the course of his career that still have us puzzled to this day, this includes CODESA, supporting Zuma over Mbeki and so many other controversial decisions.
But today, let's talk about when Mandela visited the grave side of former Prime Minister of South Africa, Hendrick Vervowed, who's famously known for being the architect of apartheid, the system that treated blacks like non humans.
Mandela went to pay respect to the man who jailed in Robben Island for over 28 years but then again, let's not question decisions of the deceased. May the soul of TATA MADIBA continue resting in peace
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