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A giant laser image of Nelson Mandela has been projected onto Table Mountain in South Africa in an illuminated tribute to the late leader.

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A mural depicting Nelson Mandela in Soweto. Many claim the township has been turned into a tourist site

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Tributes at Mandela’s home in Houghton

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Family speak for first time since his death.

Mourners lay flowers outside the house of the late South African president Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg

'Nelson Mandela set us free... His death is a test, to make us stronger’

Among the people of South Africa, emotions are running high – and no one knows where it is all going to lead

World Cup 2014 draw: Fifa pay tribute to Nelson Mandela during ceremony

The former president of South Africa made a memorable appearance at the last World Cup

Nelson Mandela: Premier League confirm a minute's applause will be held before every match this weekend in a mark of respect to the former South African President

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Nelson Mandela dead: South Africa's first black president and anti-apartheid icon dies at 95

South African president Jacob Zuma confirmed the news in a statement saying the nation 'had lost its greatest son'

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Extra accusations believed to relate to shootings from open-top car and at restaurant before Reeva Steenkamp death

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Victor Valdes could be out for six weeks as Barcelona injury list lengthens

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