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Celebrating Nelson Mandela with SA's kids

 
We celebrate Madiba's legacy through the children whose lives he's changed the most.
Remebering Madiba

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Nelson Mandela changed South Africa and he will forever be remembered as the man who fought for our freedom. We've collected these videos that show how much the children of South Africa appreciate Madiba and just how he felt about them too. 

Madiba, Our Super Hero

On Tata Madiba's 94th birthday, eNews asked the children of South Africa what powers they thought he would have if he were a super hero.



The kids of Madiba

Again, in honour of Nelson Mandela's 94th birthday, Mail & Guardian Online quizzed some children on what they think the father of the nation did for South Africa.



Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital Project

In this video, Madiba shared why the children of South Africa were so important to him irrespective of their social or economic status.




Note: This article was first published to Celebrate Mandela Day 2013. It has since been updated and adapted after the passing of Tata Madiba on the 5th of Decemeber 2013. May he rest in peace.


Do you share what Madiba did for South Africa with your children?

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