Forgiveness is Hard; Not for Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela was largely accepted by the West because he refused to retaliate against the white minority of South Africa after the end of apartheid. He laid the foundation for good, representative and responsible Government for his successors. But those black leaders who succeeded him in Government neither lifted the country from where Mandela left her nor done anything to improve the lives and standard of living of the black majority. Today South Africa is one if not the most dangerous country in Africa.———- Coming Story————

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