Mandela death claims insensitive - ANC

2011-01-16 15:51

Johannesburg - It is people "without a soul" who would spread lies about former president Nelson Mandela being dead, while he is still alive, the African National Congress said on Sunday.

"The ANC strongly condemns individuals or groupings behind such a hoax, which is meant to create an atmosphere of panic and anxiety in the country," spokesperson Jackson Mthembu said in a statement.

He said the weekend hoax on a social network, Twitter, was not only "malicious but insensitive" to the Madiba family and the South African nation.

"It also goes against the African culture and tradition to claim that a living person is dead," Mthembu said.

He called on Twitter to investigate and find a way of stamping out the public misuse of their social network.

Rumours did the rounds on Saturday night that the 92-year-old Mandela had died.

Health deteriorated

However, Afrikaans Sunday newspaper, Rapport, reported that although the rumours were false, Mandela's health had deteriorated.

The newspaper said its reliable sources had confirmed that Mandela's health had weakened.

President of the National Press Club Yusuf Abramjee, who was attending the 50th birthday of Mandela's daughter Zindzi, told the newspaper that struggle icon was alive.

"I'm at Zindzi's 50th birthday party. Winnie is here. The rumours are false," said Abramjee.


On Saturday Nelson Mandela Foundation spokesperson Sello Hatang said that the former statesman was well and on holiday with his wife Graça Machel.

Hatang said the foundation had asked that the media respect his privacy.

"Those behind this hoax are certainly people without any interest in the political and economic stability of South Africa, which we very much owe to the immense contribution by comrade Nelson Mandela, the country's first democratically elected president," Mthembu said.

  • Januss - 2011-01-16 16:10

    the country's first democratically elected president

      Andy49 - 2011-01-16 19:57

      Wow, thanks for sharing that unknown bit of news.

      Pop Idol - 2011-01-16 20:11

      @Januss,,,,Really? WOOOOW,,,I never knew this

      Werner - 2011-01-16 21:58


      Kiewiet52 - 2011-01-17 01:16


      Blip - 2011-01-17 03:16

      Actually, he wasn't democratically directly elected by the people. The people merely voted for the ANC and so gave them carte blanche to decide who they wanted to have as the country's president. And all previous presidents were "democratically" elected too, except that the qualifications on who was allowed to vote was much tighter. Even now there are thousands who are still not qualified to vote: under 18s, citizens living abroad, etc.

      shaune - 2011-01-17 07:41

      Wow, you almost as intelligent as madiba!!

      Lee - 2011-01-17 08:43

      @Tseleng - You are still being ruled by an elite few who couldn't give a rats a** what happened to you. Only this time round its by your own kind...

      Ants - 2011-01-17 09:20

      @ asshole tseleng: i prefer flooded Australia WAY WAY above your anc infected shithole.

      lenand40 - 2011-01-17 10:57

      @Blip. Mandela was indeed democratically elected. People voted for representatives, who in turn voted in parliament to elect the president. Yes, SA has proportional representation which means the ordinary people voted for the party. However, that is still democracy and everyone of a certain age was able to vote. As for the rest of the statement, I presume a military junta is democratically elected too, with the selection criteria being tight, but often people with an understanding of democracy would not agree

      Ares - 2011-01-17 12:10

      mandela NOT dead.... ag man, I got excited for nothing......

  • mpanzame - 2011-01-16 16:12

    I agree - we dont need people to spread rumours that destabilise the country - we already have that - it called the ANCYL. Madiba - at 90 years old - I doubt you are in as fine a condition as some would have us believe, but I do hope that you are healthy as man your age can be, stay strong. Amandla.

      richard - 2011-01-16 17:19

      you are so right brother

      moiraine - 2011-01-16 17:43


      Mr D - 2011-01-17 01:34


      Wendy - 2011-01-17 08:46

      Yes, you right

      Bobbi T - 2011-01-17 11:30

      I hope he does stay strong - we are better people thanks to him and his actions

  • antonbar - 2011-01-16 16:20

    So let me understand this: The political stability of the country depends upon the health of a 92-year-old former president? Which begs the question: What does the ANC know that the rest of us don't? Is there some kind of tacit threat that there will be - what? Violence? Genocide? Civil war?

      mpanzame - 2011-01-16 17:38

      Do not even try to understand. We have ubuntu - but kill each other. We talk of respecting elders, but let Malema do the opposite. We talk of uniting as a country, but have racist laws (always have - always will). We say that we must debate issues, but restrict the freedom of information. We say we are equal, but have 'political solutions" for certain people. Nah - dont try to understand it - it will drive you crazy, or worse, to spend endless hours at the tavern talking k4k to some old alcoholic, or even worse to become a womaniser, like JZ, or even worser than worse, a Bull shirter like Malema, or worst of all, and ugly old racist like Ms. Winnie or Mdme. Sisulu. Let it go brooo - let it go...... Understanding doesn't come with the territory here in Africa...

      Andy49 - 2011-01-16 20:00

      Everyone dies sooner or later, fact of life. Guess the whites will be blamed for his death.

      Kaleidoscope - 2011-01-16 21:08

      @Zooiberg - That is the same way i felt about Terreblanche!

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:15

      I Agree mpanzame. Some things cannot be explained.

      rent1boy1 - 2011-01-17 06:51

      Spot on Mpanzamwe Sometimes "why' is the wrong question in Africa!

      mido - 2011-01-17 09:51

      @Mpanzane you are a sad case to Africanism!

      Zoidberg - 2011-01-17 12:43

      @Kaleidoscope - Hehe, so did I :)

  • venn.cannon - 2011-01-16 16:27

    Leave this great man in peace, let him live out his days with dignity.He has earned this right and no-one should take that away.

      Kiewiet52 - 2011-01-17 01:19


      Wendy - 2011-01-17 08:47

      Good comment Venn

  • Nqodi - 2011-01-16 16:36

    We as south Africans do not respect peoples private lives Hlubi

      Frungy - 2011-01-16 17:01

      Nonsense Nqodi. Senior political figures like Presidents take on the role of "fathers to the nation". Saying one should respect the president or ex-president's private life is like telling someone not to take an interest in one's own family. Oh, and don't be so naive. When press coverage is positive politicians are always available for a photo opportunity and there's no talk of "please respect my privacy", it's only when its negative that they start talking about privacy. Mr. Mandela is no different. He knew the costs when he took up the office, and one of the biggests costs is that you're a figure of public interest for life. He was prepared to take on that role and it's too late to back out now. Personally I hope he recovers, but realistically 92 years old is pretty darned old, and he's had a long (if not always good) life, and I think he's done more good than bad.

      richard - 2011-01-16 17:25

      you are right Nqodi, people can be very stupid.

  • scorpio - 2011-01-16 16:41

    "... hoax, which is meant to create an atmosphere of panic and anxiety...". I fail to see how Mandela's would do this. He has been out of public life for years - and no longer offers any influence within the political spectrum. The country would certainly not de-stabilise. People always over-hype everything.

      scorpio - 2011-01-16 16:43

      Should read .... I fail to see how Mandela's poor health would do this.

      marcanthonytaylor - 2011-01-17 01:01

      Years ago there was an urban legend that out of Respect for Nelson Mandela there would be no genocide, but that ffter he passed that South Africa would see first hand what happened in Angola, Moz, etc. That is how it would create anxiety and panic.

  • Observer - 2011-01-16 16:41

    Anyone thinking "Weekend at Bernies" scenario? Let's hope Madiba gets better.

      Januss - 2011-01-16 17:06

      Observer, this is not as improbable as you might think. Years ago, after the ANC intoduced their wastage of tax payer money on the elderly (later followed by an incentive to breed - aka the social grant to young mothers), we had a case in my town where the children dragged the corpse of the old mama along in a wheal chair in order to provide a thumb print, and collected her old age benefit for months!! Ex Africa, semper alliquid novi.. especially when you start to introduce them to the the modern world. There is no end to their inherit sense of malicious opportunity, scheming and deceit - it is genetic.

      zoolmadool - 2011-01-16 17:29

      WEEKEND AT Bernies was great

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:16


  • Ndivhudzannyi - 2011-01-16 16:45

    Who ever said that need to be punished, how can u said that to our respective honoured president, definetly your not proud South African.

      coolwaynie - 2011-01-16 18:26

      This dude is practicing to take over when Mugabe croaks. Punished...sounds ominous...

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:18

      Why don't you dedicate your life to go and stop twitter or something?

      shandycop - 2011-01-17 02:58

      Jaas ppl calm the bloody hell down, all N is saying is that it's bloody swak how ppl are spreading mean rumours. It is cruel. @Januss, you're an idiot, you should thank ur lucky stars that when Madiba came into power there wasn't a civil war. He was one of the last moral presidents we had, JZ does not even come close. Y don't you go 2 Australia.

      Lauren - 2011-01-17 15:04

      Yeah, Shandycop, tell them. Blerrie agents. Why on earth would you jump down N's throat like that? Haal net bietjie diep asem julle en relax julle poepholle!!

  • BigMoose - 2011-01-16 16:57

    Jackson been sucking the bottle again?

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:19

      Yip, he is going to stop twitter too. What a twit

  • Wow! - 2011-01-16 17:03

    In my books Mandela is one of our great statesmen - alongside Jan Smuts, who many will not know was the founder of the League of Nations, the predeccessor for the United Nations. I really hope that he is in good health BUT I guess that we need to accept that when he reaches this age, fragility is a part of the package. How blesssed we have been to have two such visionaries.

      coolwaynie - 2011-01-16 18:29

      Smuts will be doing cartwheels in his grave if he knew that he was being compared to an insurgent that was caught in the act of hiding explosives in his house....explosives that could have potentially wiped you off the face of the earth doofus.

      Zion - 2011-01-16 18:41

      Wow,Woe is me. veld66 please tell us about the league of nations being traitors. After all you have made a stetement now elaborate on it and while at it add something about Smuts too. Ta.

  • Colby - 2011-01-16 17:17

    Januss, as a South African resident for 30 years and as a white person with no particular political leanings, I find your inflammatory remarks to be inexcusable. Folks like you will complain about Julius Malema,and trust me, I find him equally unacceptable, but you are no better, and to speak like that in the same breath as uttering the name of probably one of the finest huuman beings this world has ever seen, is nothing short of appalling. If I were the editors, I wouldn't change your grammar, I'd ignore your rubbish remarks altogether

      Januss - 2011-01-16 17:42

      Yes but then - you are a "resident". Probably a UK citizen with two passports? Just a feeling. And I agree Mandela is a (quote) "huuman being." I would also urge you to acquire some form of "political leaning". Have you ever heard about "Realpolitik"? If not, please accustom yourself to its principles, because you might find yourself inadvertently drawn to one side or the other over the next year. Or use your passport and go.

      michaelp1 - 2011-01-16 17:53

      I agree with Colby - banish this dimwit (along with Poliodonkey) and ignore these stupid, stupid, stupid comments!

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:26

      Mother Theresa was a much finer person that any other person I can think of in recent times.

      Lanfear - 2011-01-17 13:42

      @ Januss - yes and realpolitik caused two world wars... @ michaelp1 - "Poliodonkey" ROFL! @ Radrodent - no she wasn't. Do you even know anything about what she did? I challenge you to read up on the "other side" of Mother Teresa. You'll be shocked...

  • richard - 2011-01-16 17:18

    I am sure there is a way to find out who started this rumour. Or do we not have the efficiency to find out.

      Tonakgolo - 2011-01-16 17:46

      to hoax this old man's death.

  • mpanzame - 2011-01-16 17:22

    My sole concern with this story, is the way that the ANC seems to believe it owns Mandela. It is that entitlement that Steve Hofmeyer was given stick about. But too true it is. Love him or hate him, Mandela is only a man, not God. But his heritage - good or bad belongs to us all. And love him or hate him, Mandela certainly had more character than the rabble currently at the helm of the ANC and the country.

  • Micheal - 2011-01-16 17:37

    Graca gonna be ritch come mnth end!

      SEMATSATSA - 2011-01-16 19:03

      jones go snot steriods jou paap piepiekie

  • zoolmadool - 2011-01-16 17:38

    One for the road, according to the Bible : You dont have a soul you are a soul. Heathen talk of having a soul .

      Greg - 2011-01-17 10:21

      provide place in bible pse

  • coolwaynie - 2011-01-16 18:23

    What does that say about the old piece of shark bait, when people actually think he's bought the farm before he actually has..he's last century's news...washed up...boring...past his sell-by date.

  • Liquidsun - 2011-01-16 19:40

    I think you are all vol k a k. Seriously peeps. Mandela had a great role play in history. He had a vision but corruption distorted that vision along with the monkey's currently in office. (yes i called them monkey's not because of race but because of the way the conduct themselves and my apologies to monkeys too). Perhaps if we unite as a nation and forget the shit our ancestors caused, forget black and white and stand up for what we want instead of voicing it on news 24, perhaps then we can actually make SA work. Until such a day i can say Rainbow nations se g%t

      zoolmadool - 2011-01-17 00:26

      To sematatsa : yeah making it ungoverable after your ANC and UDF burnt uncountable houses and schools etc of your own poor defenseless people which you plundered and murdered . LOVELY ROTTEN BUNCH . I was there I saw this happening I am a witness against these scum . Remember your wonderful freedom fighters were shooting their defenseless unarmed own people . How can scum like that ever be called freedom fighters , by killing their own defenseless brothers ,for their own freedom?

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:29

      SEMATSATSA are you perhaps drunk. I am trying to understand your comments but you're not making sense?

  • Lungi - 2011-01-16 19:52

    Many a time have I flet let down by the ANC government, many a moment comes along, and I want no association with the ANC. Once or twice a thought crosses my mind to change my vote. Until I saw the post from Januss, and reality set in, WHITE PEOPLE HATE BLACK PEOPLE. Under any white government, we are srewed, So to Jacob Zuma and crew "You have my educated vote".

      Wayne - 2011-01-16 22:13

      @Lungi Know what, this whole charade of black vs white/white vs black is making everyone with a neutral inclination sick to the core! Not all white people hate black people, and I am certain not all black people hate white people. You refer to Januss as if he represents all white people, but you miss all the criticism from other white people against his view. Likewise, have you seen SEMATSATSA's comments? Not one positive remark! All hate and filled with poison...still refers to whites as "settlers" and worse, as "THINGS"! Do we need views like that of Januss, Sematsatsa or Malema for that matter? Those who are not ignorant will know what the pasrt brought us ALL! We all have dreams, positive ones. And no, they are not silly...they are as realistic as that of many a black person in this country. If we continue to allow hatred to grow, these dreams will end up being foolish after all. You decide! I am proud to be an African, and proud of statements made by black people in this forum. Likewise I am disgusted at some statements made by white people in this forum. Let sanity prevail. Madiba did what he believed in at the time, but what I do know is that he has always been an honorable man, and even imprisoned showed leadership and human kindness and understanding beyond the comprehension of most, not least his own comrades and cadres. May he enjoy recovery and peace. May he be afforded respect and dignity - public figure or not. Finally, hatred breeds hatred and contempt.

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:30

      Who cares who lungi or anyone else votes for?

  • Lungi - 2011-01-16 19:54

    Many a time have I flet let down by the ANC government, many a moment comes along, and I want no association with the ANC. Once or twice a thought crosses my mind to change my vote. Until I saw the post from Januss, and reality set in, WHITE PEOPLE HATE BLACK PEOPLE. Under any white government, we are srewed, So to Jacob Zuma and crew "You have my educated vote".

      zoolmadool - 2011-01-17 00:44

      I can in all honesty say that that is an unqualified assumption. I have great respect for many black people , by far the majority of those I and have always had. I knew Steve Biko we were acquaintances on very friendly terms frankly I liked him , we had never dicussed anything political and even now I must admit I dont know what he was all about but I have been deeply saddened by his death. Mandela was a member of the terrorists attaking their own kind maybe he changed his ways while in gaol but the fact remains that he was a card carring member of this

      jean.dutoit - 2011-01-17 07:37

      The more things change, the more they stay the same...

      Lanfear - 2011-01-17 13:46

      Err, posting the same comment twice won't make it better you know. Stop equating everyone under the same judgement. People of the same colour do not necessarily have the same character and morality.

      pointblankza - 2011-01-17 14:28

      Haaibo Lungi, you need to get out more...

  • Andy49 - 2011-01-16 20:04

    "It also goes against the African culture and tradition to claim that a living person is dead," HUH! not in rosey RSA.

      Radrodent - 2011-01-17 00:31

      I have no cuture and don't care?

      zoolmadool - 2011-01-17 00:49

      I dont know about that but they re shit scared of the living dead ! LOL

  • Satan - 2011-01-16 20:04

    JA!!! boetie Januss ..stuck in that ox cart mate?Lost a gene on the way out from your mum painful birth my china..?Malema and you are like twins ..fighting with everyone and sounding lkie bra

  • Andy49 - 2011-01-16 20:24

    "It also goes against the African culture and tradition to claim that a living person is dead," HUH! not so in rosey RSA.

  • Bianca - 2011-01-16 20:28

    This morning when I read my Madiba health is deteriorated, I felt sick to my stomach and my heart felt so much pain, I could hardly do anything and I cried, cried since I value Madiba and I value everything he stands for. People spreading this lies, is sick people and I trully hate them for hurting us, us that really loves him. And Madiba is the greatest leader African soil has ever had. The lies of the past still being believed my the Afrikaners is making me sick. I can't stand these accusations anymore. People doing such is like the ANC is saying - soulless.

      DW - 2011-01-17 08:37

      As much as I think these rumours about his death are malicious and also value what he did and stands for, please dont tar all whites or even all Afrikaners with the same brush. The lies of the ANC still being believed is also making me sick. Many people who do not, and never will, support the ANC also love Madiba.

      arthsterorama - 2011-01-17 10:06

      @ DW +1, I never have and never will vote for the ANC, but Madiba was one of our greatest statesmen ever. If the Current ANC had followed on the path that Madiba laid for them the ANC would have been a much more reliable party. BTW I am a boer.

  • BigAl - 2011-01-16 21:45

    Is he ill because his poor of an excuse ex-wife upset everyone and showed up the ANC members for what they really are. Sorry Nelson Mandela get well soon we dont need a war at the moment.

  • mikebothma100 - 2011-01-17 02:59

    I can not believe the comments here from both white and black alike. I have left South Africa due to being a victim of crime and although we have a really great , safe life now, we still miss S A. Reading the comments and the hatred that goes with it, only highlights that all Madiba stood for has gone down the tubes and you have more racial hatred than before. A real pity, because a once great country is going the same way as it’s neighbour. I feel very sorry for the law abiding citizens both white and black as the future does not look good.

  • thisisgarethsmailaddress - 2011-01-17 04:22

    It seems South Africans can take any story posted and make it about skin colour and who is right and wrong. Most of you sound like a bunch of twats (bar the few who have relevant / non-race related comments). Its a pity really... Maybe if some of you spent your time and energy doing something positive as opposed to hiding behind you screen names slinging insults and political propoganda - things might even get better...But oh, can't I suppose...that you would make you very un-South African. Just a thought...whilst the blacks and whites are slinging insults at each other...look behind you...the Indians are taking over :)Who's country is it anyway?

  • Karoobloed - 2011-01-17 06:16

    No human being is perfect or without errors in judgment. However, News24 could do well to point a team of Psychiatrists in the direction of the idiots belittling a remarkable figure like Nelson Mandela. The name Mandela is respected all over the world for integrity, wisdom and forgiveness - he has been an inspiration to billions. However, despite all the adulation, he has remained humble and in touch with his humanity. I am proud that perhaps the most respected person in the world today is a South African.

      Lanfear - 2011-01-17 13:50

      Well said! Fully agreed. Some people can only feel good about themselves when they insult and belittle people of greatness.

  • brannawyn meester - 2011-01-17 06:28

    Please will the world leave this good man in piece.

  • MaLemmer - 2011-01-17 07:56

    The good old cultural thing again, Mthembu, huh? Get with it pal, these things happen!!

  • brigs - 2011-01-17 08:23

    Lets face it, as much as we love the man. He IS eventually going to die. He's old and lived an extremely difficult life. But to say he's death would destabilise the country, is rather unlikely.

  • Anil - 2011-01-17 08:23

    Quite honestly, I was not aware of this story, and, I would not give a damn whether Mandela did die or not!

      ShabirS - 2011-01-17 08:51

      No one will care when you die, just shut up and hope that you will die now

  • matt.leisegang - 2011-01-17 09:35

    So what if he dies? He has lived his life. He plays no important role in the running of thee country. Ofcourse people will be upset but it wont be a national disaster. The goverment should worry more about the flood victims and support people in need . Im sure Mandela would want that more then for the goverment to waste its resources on stamping out resources and ensuring twitter stop the public from voicing there opinions.

      matt.leisegang - 2011-01-17 09:48

      rumours not resources

  • Viv - 2011-01-17 10:36

    Um...why would the death of Mandela cause anxiety and panic. Its not like he is the current president or anything.

      Kenko - 2011-01-17 11:43

      Google Uhuru, Night of the long knives, Boer genocide etc. You might find it illuminating.

  • Allain - 2011-01-17 10:48

    there's no smoke without fire, ANC worries of something, but what? Anyway, we're all born to die somedays.

  • Aj - 2011-01-17 10:50

    Soo you removed my comment saying he is a terrorist ? Freedom of speech... much ? I have no respect for ignorence

      Aj - 2011-01-17 10:50

      hahaha... spelled wrong.. epic.. much fail ? - 2011-01-17 11:30

      jou dom vark

      Lanfear - 2011-01-17 13:49

      Oh please Aj! Get an education! "Mandela is a terrorist" is such an old, sad piece of NP propaganda, is laughable. Widen your perspective, it will do wonders.

      Heibrin - 2011-01-17 14:44

      @Lanfear & What AJ said may be insensitive, but it isn't wholly untrue: Nelson Mandela was the head of a worldwide acknowledged terrorist organization, one who slaughtered thousands of their own simply because they did not want to participate in its activities. And I agree about removing the comments. Saying someone is / was a terrorist isn't grounds for removal of one's comments, at least not how I read the prerequisites. Now think about this: South Africa is currently being governed by ex-terrorists. What kind of training did they receive from their Russian friends? Look at the way SA people is being divided, and tell me that doesn't reek of insurgency training??

  • lenand40 - 2011-01-17 10:54

    It goes against any culture to say someone who is alive is dead.

  • Julius - 2011-01-17 11:24

    The ANC must close Twitter in SA, disgraceful and racist

      matt.leisegang - 2011-01-17 12:15

      Why must they close twitter buddy? If we all started putting it as our facebook status what then ban facebook as well?

      Perfume - 2011-01-17 12:48

      Close Twitter in SA!!!!!!!!!

      matt.leisegang - 2011-01-17 14:29

      great comment perfume

      pointblankza - 2011-01-17 14:35

      Hahaha! That's funny Julius.. Close Twitter in SA... pfffft..

      Boychild - 2011-01-18 11:36

      Spelling and Grammar Julius, how many times must I repeat it for you..... THE ANC MUST CLOSE ALL TWITS IS SA AS THEY ARE DISGRACEFUL AND RACIST!!!! And Julius fell to the floor bleeding...... Goodbye TWIT

  • Crispy_Duck - 2011-01-17 11:27

    Politicians deserves no respect, they are the scourge of the earth. Parasites that feed off of humanities gullibility. However, Madiba is an apparently kind old man (I've never been fortunate enough to meet him) and deserves respect for that. How would you lot like it if someone was saying sh*t like this about your parents or grandparents.

  • Khubza - 2011-01-17 14:32

    Beside the politics and hating of each other amongs very few blacks & white, lets have some respect and be sensitive here, state president or not, black or white, one should never be anounced dead while they still alive

      Mike - 2011-01-18 15:41

      I agree with you Khubza, race is a non-issue here. A spot of human decentcy and mutual respect is the actual issue (or lack thereof)

  • gmck21 - 2011-01-18 08:50

    MANDELA is the veil to which the ANC covers their ugly head. When Madiba does pass on, the ANC will no longer have a great man to hide behind. They use him as a marketing ploy.... the world will soon see the african national corruptions true colours. MANDELA you are a great man and I wish you all the best in Life or death.

  • Lionel - 2011-01-18 14:09

    Funny how the ANC is quick to label those citizens who spread lies as 'without a soul', yet they are the first to lie to the citizens of this country, including those that vote for them election after election. As a tax paying citizen I strongly condemn the ANC for all the lies, undelivered promises and hoax's, which creates an atmosphere of hope, loyalty, trust and belief in the country, only to be left disappointed, frustrated and to soem extent unpatriotic.

  • sheffieldhs - 2011-01-18 15:31

    Does anybody know why our fellow South Africans believe that the news of Madiba's death would "create an atmosphere of panich and anxiety"? or why his death should cause political and economic instability?

      sheffieldhs - 2011-01-18 15:32

      sorry, it should read an atmosphere of panic nor panich...

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