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Celebrating Madiba's legacy

KwaZulu-Natal to honour Nelson Mandela

13 Dec 2013 09:00
According to the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, Senzo Mchunu, more than 50,000 people are expected to attend the memorial service to pay tribute at the provincial memorial service in honour of former President Nelson Mandela.
"We have arranged more than 1000 buses and taxis to transport people from across the province to Moses Mabhida Stadium for the memorial service, which will take place today, 13 December 2013. In addition, Metrorail has made 14 trains available that will ferry commuters from North Coast, South Coast, Pietermaritzburg and Greater Durban areas," said Mchunu.

"Madiba's inspirational journey and indelible footprints are found in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. He was last a free man in this province and marked the birth of South Africa's democracy by casting his vote in KwaZulu-Natal. This will be an occasion to give this revered son of the soil the mother of all send-offs by the people of the province he pulled from the brink of a civil war and placed on the road to peace and reconciliation."
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