In life as well as in death, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has sharply divided South Africans.
"Rest in power, Mama Winnie."
"I don’t know why I thought she would live forever."
"I am not okay. Today was difficult."
To present her simply as a wife, mostly as a mother, is to erase the many struggles she waged to be defined in her own terms.
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Let's hear that collective aww.
The man who caused a world-wide furore over his fake sign language at Nelson Mandela's funeral was part of a gang of "necklacers
The apartheid regime in South Africa may have been dismantled over 20 years ago, but Naomie Harris says there were moments