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WATCH: Who owns Madiba's legacy? Not the DA

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Erin Bates

The Democratic Alliance (DA) provoked criticism for using former president Nelson Mandela in posters for the 2016 municipal campaign.

Zizi Kodwa of the African National Congress (ANC) hit back saying the DA's tactic was disrespectful to the Mandela family.

Why does it matter? And who really owns Mandela's legacy? Watch the video above for more.

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