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Nelson Mandela

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Mathilde Zeuthen

on 28 October 2013

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Transcript of Nelson Mandela

Birth 1918
18 of july 1918

Rolihlahla (troublemaker)
Mandela born at Mvezo in the Transkei.
The first Mandela to go to School
1930 - The regent Jongintaba
Robbon island
Nelson Mandela
New name
New Name
Then Rolihlahla came to school. On his first day the teacher gave him a new name, because the white people wouldn't call the black people by their African name. So his teacher, Mrs Mdingane, gave him a English name. She called him Nelson. From that day were Rolihlahla known at school as Nelson Mandela
Rolihlahla was born, his father was Gadla Henry Mphakanyiswa, and his mothers name is unknown.

Rolihlahlawas born in the Thembu tribe. They had their roots in the Transkei in south-east south Africa, where Rolihlahla and his family lived

First day at school
Nelson Mandela became the first person in the whole Mandela family to go to school.
Mandela worked very hard at school and learned to read and write. He was reading about all the white man's hero and white man's government, but very little about the black man.

The history book began at 1652 when the Dutchman Jan Van Riebeeck settled at Cape Town. there was nothing to read about the black people's history

At the Christian school he learned English, Xhosa, Geography and History.

Nelson Mandela is free
Nelson Mandela is free
feb 11 1990 came nelson mandela out of prison. after 27 years in prison he was finlaly free. He was walking down a street with his wife in his hand, and everybody were screaming and cheered.
Noqaphi Nosekeni
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