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Nelson Mandela prepares to address the worlds media eight days after his release from prison in February 1990.

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11 February 1990, Nelson Mandela salutes his supporters during his welcome home rally held in Soweto's FNB stadium.

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18 July 2001, Nelson Mandela and his wife Graça Machel at their home in Houghton.

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22 June 2003, Nelson Mandela visits schools in and around Johannesburg.

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27 November 2002, Nelson Mandela at his happiest visiting schools in the Johannesburg area.

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15 Jan 2005, Former South African President Nelson Mandela attends the funeral of his oldest son Makgatho Mandela who died of AIDS on the 6th January 2005. He was buried in Qunu, Madiba's birthplace.

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19 July 2003, President Nelson Mandela and US senator Hillary Clinton during the inaugural Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture held at the Johannesburg Civic Center. The lecture coincided with Madiba's 85th birthday.

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1 June 2004, Nelson Mandela announces that he would be withdrawing from public life. "I do not intend to hide away totally from the public, but hence forth I want to be in the position of calling you to ask whether I would be welcome, rather than being called upon to do things and participate in events. The appeal therefore is: "don’t call me."

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1 June 2004, Nelson Mandela announces that he would be withdrawing from public life. With him is Cyril Ramaphosa and Frennie Ginwala.

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5 December 2005, Nelson Mandela visits the family of deceased veteran journalist Aggry Klaaste during their time of mourning. Klaaste counted as the highlight of his life the time when Nelson Mandela visited him at his house in Diepkloof, shortly after Mandela was released from jail in 1990.

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23 July 2004, Nelson Mandela after receiving the Freedom of the City of Johannesburg, wheels Beyers Naude to his car.

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27 November 2002, Nelson Mandela visits schools in and around Johannesburg.

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18 July 2003, Nelson Mandela's 85th birthday celebration. Madiba sings Happy Birthday to himself to the delight of his wife Graça Machel.

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21 September 2004, Notebooks confiscated from former South African president Nelson Mandela during his long imprisonment have been returned. The apartheid-era journals contain drafts of letters Mr Mandela wrote from his prison cell between 1969 and 1971. They were handed back by former policeman Donald Card. Mr Card was one of the policemen who gave evidence against Mr Mandela and his fellow accused when tried for sabotage in 1964. He said he had waited 33 years to return the notebooks, which he acquired in 1971 when he was employed to inspect political prisoners' belongings. Mr Mandela thanked him saying, What you have just witnessed could be described as one old man giving another old man two old notebooks. He said the notebooks were "more than just the working documents of a prisoner" and represented "the hope that we can recover memories and stories suppressed by the apartheid regime". "The history of our country is characterised by too much forgetting, " Mr Mandela said, adding that his advancing age had "forced him to make friends with forgetting."

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18 July 2004, Qunu Eastern Cape. Former South African President Nelson Mandela has celebrated his 86th birthday out of the spotlight and with close family and friends. Nelson Mandela, wife Graça Machel and his ex-wife Winnie Madikizela Mandela.

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11 March 2004, South African Oscar winner Charlize Theron burst into tears when she met former president Nelson Mandela."I love you so much" Theron said when she met the elder statesman at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Houghton, Johannesburg.

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25 August 2010, The extraordinary life experiences of former South African President Nelson Mandela are chronicled in a new book entitled "Conversations with Myself."

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25 August 2010, Nelson Mandela and duaghter Zindzi Mandela in his office at the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

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10 July 2008, Constitutional Court- Nelson Mandela attending an art exhibition celebrating his life, this formed part of his 90th birthday celebrations.

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10 July 2008, Nelson Mandela stops to great visitors at the Constitutional Court precinct

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22 April 2010, Former South African President Nelson Mandela with United States civil rights activist Jesse Jackson and family.

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13 November 2009, British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton visits former President Nelson Mandela in his office at The Nelson Mandela Foundation.

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23 July 2009, Manchester City soccer squad visits Former President Nelson Mandela. Pictured here with Nelson Mandela are Manchester City's striker Robinho and Sello Hatang communications manager. Sello went on to become the CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation in 2013.

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30 September 2008, Former President Nelson Mandela with the assistance of Vimla Naidoo, leaves an Unilever Scholarship Alumni gathering held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

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6 May 2010, Former South African President Nelson Mandela with the official FIFA World Cup Trophy at his office in Houghton, Johannesburg.

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4 February 2010, Houghton Johannesburg, former President Nelson Mandela attends a 20-year reunion for the committee which organised his release from prison.

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21 June 2011, Former President Nelson Mandela and first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama read from his authorised book of quotations at his home in Johannesburg.

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17 July 2010, Ahmed Kathrada anti-apartheid activist, Nelson Mandela and Cyril Ramaphosa, anti-apartheid activist met to celebrate Kathrada's 80th birthday at former president Nelson Mandela's Houghton home.

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17 July 2010, Children from Nelson Mandela's childhood villages (Mvezo and Qunu) in the Transkei travelled to Johannesburg to wish him happy birthday.

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10 September 2009, Nelson Mandela and his great grandson Ziyanda Manaway page through the children's version of the Long Walk to Freedom.

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26 March 2010, Xoliswa Ndoyiya has been cooking for Nelson Mandela since 1992. Her job interview consisted of just one question, "Can you cook home food."

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8 February 2005, Nelson Mandela with Nadine Gordimer both Nobel Laureates at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg.

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17 February 2005, Nelson Mandela Foundation, former President Nelson Mandela addresses the media at the launch of the second 46664 AIDS benefit concert.

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30 July 2005, Former South African president Nelson Mandela talks to children at the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund in Johannesburg as part of his 87th birthday celebration.

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4 December 2002, Nelson Mandela and his grandsons view the eclipse at his home in Houghton, Johannesburg.

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12 July 2005, Former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, was elected UNESCO goodwill Ambassador in recognition of his outstanding leadership by Director General Koïchiro Matsuura.

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14 July 2005, Former President Nelson Mandela with Cyril Ramaphosa at the exhibition and comic book launch held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Forming part of the Madiba Legacy Series.

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30 July 2005, Former South African president Nelson Mandela talks to children at the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund in Johannesburg as part of his 87th birthday celebration.

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27 October 2005, Nelson Mandela with young visitors to his office. Francois Pienaar 1996 World Cup Rugby Captain and his sons visit former President Nelson Mandela.

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28 October 2005, Nelson Mandela and his PA Zelda Le Grange prepare for a press conference.

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1 February 2006, Family members of John Samuel, former CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation (1998-2000) visit former President Nelson Mandela at his office in Houghton Johannesburg.

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5 February 2006, Former President Nelson Mandela with his great grand daughter Zenani Mandela at his daughter Zindzi Mandela's 45th birthday celebration in Sandton Johannesburg.

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5 Februray 2006, Graça Machel, former President Nelson Mandela and Zindzi Mandela at Zindzi'z 45th birthday party held in Sandton, Johannesburg.

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13 February 2006, British Prime Minister Tony Blair pays a visit to former South African President Nelson Mandela at his home in Johannesburg.

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19 September 2006, Nelson Mandela prepares for a meeting at The Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg. In the foreground is Jakes Gerwel chair of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Mandela Rhodes Foundation.