South Africa’s first black president, is known throughout the world as a towering statesman who led his country through bloodshed and turmoil to democracy.
In June 1964 he was given a life sentence with hard labour for treason.
After nearly three decades in jail Mandela walked from Victor Verster prison a free man on February 11, 1990 having refused to bargain for his release.
TVC’s Jody Jacobs reports on Mandela’s journey to freedom.
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