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The world joined the family and country of former South African president Nelson Mandela on Sunday Dec. 15 to bid him one final farewell before his burial in his home village of Qunu, South Africa. Take a look at scenes from Mandela’s funeral.
While Nelson Mandela ushered in an important era in post-apartheid South Africa, his successors have the issue of inequality to grapple with.
Nelson Mandela was buried Sunday in the African ground he loved after a funeral ceremony that included a 21-gun salute and fly-overs by military aircraft.
Nelson Mandela's funeral at Qunu will be an eclectic mix of traditional rituals, Christian elements and those of a state funeral.
A hearse carrying Nelson Mandela's body drove into his hometown in rural South Africa ahead of burial Sunday.
Tens of thousands of South African mourners waited in line to view the body of Nelson Mandela, which was lying in state for the third and final day.
A casket containing the body of Nelson Mandela arrived with a military honor guard Wednesday for display in an amphitheater where he was sworn in 19 years ago as South Africa's first black president.
Nelson Mandela was honored in church sermons across South Africa Sunday, which has been declared a national day of prayer and reflection.
South Africans have criticized Nelson Mandela's family members for taking advantage of free legal services meant for the poor on the grounds that some of the family members are indigent.