The family of the former president of the Republic of South Africa and the African National Congress, Nelson Mandela, has been identified as one of the families cared for and supported by the funds he invested on their behalf.
Many of these family members didn't even change their surnames because they were aware of the advantages that came with it.
Nelson Mandela, a former president of South Africa and member of the African National Congress, was caught stealing candy. Does this imply the family's financial ruin?
One of former president Nelson Mandela’s grandsons is facing probable shoplifting charges now. The majority of shoplifters cannot afford the items they take.
Maybe it's because they're children and don't know what they're doing, but for obvious reasons this will reveal a great deal about the financial situation at their houses.
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