Police Struggle to Control Crowds at Mandela Casket
Mandela first began to shepherd animals and use a slingshot, around the age of 5, in Qunu. Today, sheep, goats and cows leisurely cross a two-lane highway and smaller dirt roads. The several hundred residents considered Mandela a neighbor, foremost. On a recent day, Malwande Mazwi strolled with stilted, uneven steps past the fence of Mandela’s modern compound. The 24-year-old leaned heavily on two sticks, crutches he’s used since he first contracted polio as a child. Mazwi illustrates how in Qunu, education and health standards lag.
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