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Nelson Mandela recovery continues: Former wife Winnie says he is doing 'fine'

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For £10 a night, visitors will be invited to meditate, learn to prepare simple food and forget about the outside world for a few days

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Nelson Mandela: Doctors say South Africa's hero faces 'impending death' but deny he is in 'vegetative state'

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Tourists will be all about performance not punch-ups today 12 years after ugly brawl

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Nelson Mandela said to be 'responding better to treatment' for lung infection

South Africa's President, Jacob Zuma, tells parliament in Cape Town that 'we are very happy with the progress that he's now making'

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Nelson Mandela has been admitted to hospital in a “serious but stable” condition as a result of a lung infection.

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