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The Sebaggala I met at Oxford University...

His candle burned out but Ssebagala remains engraved on many minds as a man of no mean achievements, a friend to all and ambitious.

S.Africa ex-leader Zuma accuses graft commission...

Zuma, 78, was expected to testify this week after he was reportedly too ill to appear for a second round of questioning in January.

Today In History: Mandela, President De Klerk...

HISTORY  September 22, 1992 (Foreign): ANC leader Nelson Mandela told reporters that the African National Congress and a delegation from government...

S.Africa bids farewell to George Bizos, Mandela's...

Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor described the funeral as a solemn moment but also the occasion to rejoice in the life of a great man.

Pyjama gardener: Son remembers Bizos, Mandela's...

When not in court or writing up legal documents late into the night, Bizos enjoyed growing veggies at his home in the Johannesburg suburb of Parktown....

Mandela's treason, anti-apartheid lawyer,...

Bizos represented Mandela during the Rivonia Trial which saw Mandela and seven others sentenced to life imprisonment in 1964 on charges of seeking to overthrow...

South African anti-apartheid icon Andrew...

The liberation icon lost his wife June, with whom he had four children, in 2001.

TODAY IN HISTORY: Mandela's umbrella folds...

His death was announced by then-President Jacob Zuma. Reactions from governments, international organizations, and notable individuals gained worldwide...

Emulate Mandela students told

“You must have greater ambitions like Mandela did to liberate South Africans and also work hard like him,” Kivejinja told students.

South Africa: struggling 25 years after apartheid...

It governed all aspects of life, restricting non-whites to unskilled jobs and inferior education, services and living conditions.

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