Nelson Mandela: Reflections on Mandela from his family
- 19 December 2013
- From the section Africa
In the days after Nelson Mandela's death, members of his family spoke to the BBC's Komla Dumor about their memories of South Africa's first black president, and about his final days.
Mandela's daughter Makaziwe talks about her father's final moments
Makaziwe Mandela told the BBC that her father was surrounded by his family in his final moments and she talked about sharing him with the world.
Mandela's granddaughters Tukwini and Nandi on how they learned from his "amazing" stories
Tukwini Mandela, daughter of Mr Mandela's daughter Makaziwe, and Nandi Mandela, daughter of Mr Mandela's eldest son Thembi, spoke about their grandfather's legacy and about how the family is dealing with his death.
Mandela's grandson Ndaba: 'The world is watching us'
Ndaba Mandela, one of Nelson Mandela's grandsons, told the BBC about his reactions to the memorial service for his grandfather, and about his emotions as the funeral neared.
Mbuso and Phumla Mandela speak at the memorial service
Nelson Mandela's grandson Mbuso and great granddaughter, Phumla, spoke on behalf of the family at the memorial service at the FNB stadium.
Mandela's son-in-law on the 'tears' he shed over family members
Dr Amuah, who is married to Mr Mandela's eldest daughter Makaziwe, said the late president became emotional over the "expectations of some family members, which never came to be".