Durban pays special tribute to Madiba with beach art

Durban - If you thought Durban was lagging in its tribute to Madiba - take a look at this image posted on Facebook by O Magazine. Well done guys!

There are no details as to who was involved in creating this stunning image which from an aerial shot shows people standing in place to form the face of Nelson Mandela.

It really is special with facebook users commenting and calling it "Dope", "Awesome" and "A fitting tribute to our Father". If you have any details to share email us on info@news24travel.com



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