Mandela hospitalised for 10th day in South Africa

94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson remains hospitalised for a tenth day in South Africa.

Government officials today said the 94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday. Officials say Mandela has been hospitalised since Dec. 8 for tests and later medical treatment for a recurrent lung infection.

President Jacob Zuma and delegates at a convention for the African National Congress political party honoured Mandela yesterday in song. Mandela was a leader of the ANC and served as the nation's first democratically elected president under the party's banner.

Mandela is revered for being a leader of the struggle against racist white rule in South Africa. He served one five-year term as president before retiring from public life.

 

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Mandela hospitalised for 10th day in South Africa

94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday

Press Trust of India  |  Johannesburg 

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson remains hospitalised for a tenth day in South Africa.

Government officials today said the 94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday. Officials say Mandela has been hospitalised since Dec. 8 for tests and later medical treatment for a recurrent lung infection.

President Jacob Zuma and delegates at a convention for the African National Congress political party honoured Mandela yesterday in song. Mandela was a leader of the ANC and served as the nation's first democratically elected president under the party's banner.

Mandela is revered for being a leader of the struggle against racist white rule in South Africa. He served one five-year term as president before retiring from public life.

 

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Mandela hospitalised for 10th day in South Africa

94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela remains hospitalised for a tenth day in South Africa.

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson remains hospitalised for a tenth day in South Africa.

Government officials today said the 94-year-old Mandela underwent a successful surgery for gallstones on Saturday. Officials say Mandela has been hospitalised since Dec. 8 for tests and later medical treatment for a recurrent lung infection.

President Jacob Zuma and delegates at a convention for the African National Congress political party honoured Mandela yesterday in song. Mandela was a leader of the ANC and served as the nation's first democratically elected president under the party's banner.

Mandela is revered for being a leader of the struggle against racist white rule in South Africa. He served one five-year term as president before retiring from public life.

 

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