Nelson Mandela raises his fist to the crowd in Port Elizabeth, April 1, 1990. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya
Nelson Mandela and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II ride in a carriage outside Buckingham Palace on the first day of a state visit to Britain, July 9, 1996. REUTERS/Stringer
Souyh African actress Charlize Theron weeps weeps when she meets former president Nelson Mandela at his foundation in Johannesburg March 11,2004. REUTERS/Juda
Former South African president Nelson Mandela and his wife Graca Machel
celebrate underneath a shower of confetti at a glamourous multi-racial
banquet held in honour of the anti-apartheid hero’s 85th birthday, in the
plush Johannesburg suburb of Sandton July 19,2003. REUTERS/POOL/ Themba
British model Naomi Campbell (L) and former South African president Nelson
Mandela before his press conference in Barcelona June 30, 2001. Campbell and
Nelson Mandela will attend a show called “Frock and Roll” this evening which
will benefit Mandela’s childrens’ charity.
Diana, Pricess of Wales (R), meets South African President Nelson Mandela in Cape Town March 17. Mandela praised Diana for having infuenced his government to ban the making of anti-personnel mines.
President Nelson Mandela stands with Mel B (L) and Gerri (R) of British pop group The Spice Girls at the Presidential palace in Pretoria, November 1. The Spice Girls will perform later today at the Two Nations concert which will also be attended by [Prince Charles and his son Prince Harry.
South African President Nelson Mandela and American pop star Whitney Houston smile for photographers at the presidency November 10
Former South African president Nelson Mandela looks on as he celebrates his birthday at his house in Qunu, Eastern Cape July 18, 2012. South Africans celebrated Nelson Mandela’s 94th birthday on Wednesday with giant cakes, mass renditions of “Happy Birthday” and 67 minutes of good deeds – one for each year of the anti-apartheid leader’s struggle against white-minority rule. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko