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With Yasser Arafat

With Yasser Arafat

With Bill Gates

With Bill Gates

As part of Nelson Mandela's 89th birthday celebration, the man of the hour stands with guest lecturer former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the 5th annual Nelson Mandela Lecture in Johannesburg in 2007.

As part of Nelson Mandela's 89th birthday celebration, the man of the hour stands with guest lecturer former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the 5th annual Nelson Mandela Lecture in Johannesburg in 2007.

The Spice Girls and Prince Charles with Nelson Mandela

The Spice Girls and Prince Charles with Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela at his presidential inauguration with his deputies, Frederik de Klerk and Thabo Mbeki. Mandela (centre), the South African elected president and Frederik De Klerk, the last white South African president share a light moment at the swearing in of Mandela on 10 May 1994.

FW de Klerk: world has lost a great unifier with Nelson Mandela's death

Nelson Mandela at his presidential inauguration with his deputies, Frederik de Klerk and Thabo Mbeki. Mandela (centre), the South African elected president and Frederik De Klerk, the last white South African president share a light moment at the swearing in of Mandela on 10 May 1994.

Honoring Mandela.

Honoring Mandela.

Oscar Pistorious and Nelson Mandela

Oscar Pistorious and Nelson Mandela

In 1990, Nelson Mandela told ABC that his time in prison had its benefits: "To spend 27 years at the prime of your life is a tragedy . . . but there are very positive aspects, too, because I had the opportunity to think about problems and to reflect on my mistakes. I also had the opportunity to read very widely, especially biographies, and I could see what men — sometimes from very humble beginnings — were able to lift themselves with their boot strings and become international figures."

Nelson Mandela's Most Insightful Quotes

In 1990, Nelson Mandela told ABC that his time in prison had its benefits: "To spend 27 years at the prime of your life is a tragedy . . . but there are very positive aspects, too, because I had the opportunity to think about problems and to reflect on my mistakes. I also had the opportunity to read very widely, especially biographies, and I could see what men — sometimes from very humble beginnings — were able to lift themselves with their boot strings and become international figures."

GALLERY: The life of Nelson Mandela | National | BDlive

GALLERY: The life of Nelson Mandela | National | BDlive

Let's Celebrate The Inspiration He Gave Us. These Photo's Will Make You Appreciate How Hard You Should Fight For What's Right.

Let's Celebrate The Inspiration He Gave Us. These Photo's Will Make You Appreciate How Hard You Should Fight For What's Right.

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