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Madiba counted by Census

October 25, 2011

Dr. Nelson Mandela with Chief Zwelivelile Mandela and Mr. Pali Lehohla

Like many South African citizens, Dr. Nelson R. Mandela joined millions of South Africans to be counted for statistics by Census South Africa. Madiba was counted on the 21’st October 2011. That was done at his home-village in Qunu.

On the photograph above he is flanked by Chief Zwelivelile Mandla Mandela, his grandson, and Stats S.A. Statistician- General Pali J. Lehohla.

 Image coutersy of Oryx Multimedia and Mvezo KomKhulu.


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