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Nelson Mandela was courageous to fight against oppression in apartheid South Africa and should not have been labelled 'a terrorist', the Archbishop of Canterbury said

Nelson Mandela was no terrorist, says Justin Welby

Nelson Mandela was courageous to fight against oppression in apartheid South Africa and should not have been labelled “a terrorist”, the Archbishop of Canterbury said at a service of thanksgiving for his life on Sunday.

People gather to look at flowers and tributes left at the statue of Nelson Mandela in Parliament Square, London

Nelson Mandela’s complex bond with Britain

The South African President’s visit to Brixton in 1996 epitomised a mixed relationship with his nation's former colonial ruler

Better days: Jonny Wilkinson lifts the Heineken Cup

Breakaway clubs scramble for solutions: English sides under pressure to provide a schedule worthy of replacing the Heineken Cup

One-off matches or mini-tournaments with overseas "guest" teams to augment the domestic Aviva Premiership season are being considered by English clubs for next season, as they come under pressure from supporters and broadcasters to provide a schedule worthy of replacing the Heineken Cup.

Tangled lives: Mandla Mandela speaking at a press conference on his his grandfather's health earlier in the year

The death of Nelson Mandela: The next generation - first the assault charge, then the state funeral

Mandela's grandson is destined to be in the news, starting this week

After the death of Nelson Mandela, Africa tilts towards hope

Day two of the obituaries saw a rebalancing. The full backlash cannot be far behind

Toulon fly-half Jonny Wilkinson let 11 points slip through his goal kicking inaccuracy

Exeter 9 Toulon 14 match report: Henry Slade sparkles but Jonny Wilkinson kicks Chiefs into touch

Wilkinson let 11 points slip away through missed kicks but valiant Chiefs are seen off thanks to late drop goal

Signs of the times: Protesters against Mike Gatting’s rebel tour in 1990 were later met with teargas and rubber bullets

The Last Word: ‘Look son, baboons’ – the way it was before Nelson Mandela

Sport helped change things in South Africa even if it has not solved that society’s basic problems

The rate of unemployment among blacks is 12.5 per cent – more than twice as high as the 6.2 per cent among whites

Outlook: Nelson Mandela’s legacy is undeniable – but his scandal-riven successors are just not up to the job of preserving it

The South Africa of today  is, at best, underperforming its economic potential

Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town:
'He transcended race and class in his actions. He taught us that to respect those with whom we are politically or culturally at odds is not weakness, but a mark of self-respect.'

World leaders and celebrities to fly to South Africa for Nelson Mandela memorials

Few will want to miss being seen mourning one of the twentieth century’s greatest figures

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

The front pages of British newspapers report on the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela in London, England

I’d just finished DJ’ing as news broke of Nelson Mandela's death. That gave us 90 minutes...

The sheer exhilaration of producing a newspaper against a tight deadline is unique

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron signs the book of condolence at the South African Embassy in central London

MPs to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela in Parliament

The leaders of Britain’s three main political parties will lead tributes on Monday, as normal parliamentary business is suspended

Nelson Mandela's successors Jacob Zuma (left) and Thabo Mbeki (right) have largely failed to follow his example

Nelson Mandela legacy: What now for the continent he bestrode like a colossus?

He was both an inspiration and a reproach to his fellow African heads of state. But will the great man’s example continue to resonate, now that he is gone?

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

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