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Robben Island vines inspire Mandela wines

26 November 2012 Last updated at 09:59 GMT

Vines growing in the former prison courtyard on Robben Island are now being tended by winemakers hoping to preserve Nelson Mandela's legacy.

South Africa's first black president was imprisoned for 27 years - 18 of which he spent on the island - before he was freed in 1990,

Andrew Harding reports.

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