Mandela: SA's greatest son laid to rest (slideshow)
The world watched as Nelson Mandela was finally laid to rest in his hometown of Qunu following a dignified and moving funeral ceremony on Sunday.
SA says goodbye to Tata (video)
Thousands of South Africans lined the streets of Pretoria to get a chance to pay their final respects to Nelson Mandela at the Union Buildings.
Reflecting on Mandela's state memorial (video)
We take a look at some of the high and low points of Mandela's memorial, including Barack Obama's speech, booing crowds and Desmond Tutu's reprimand.
Mandela: The sacrificial man (podcast)
On the final instalment of M&G Newsroom for 2013, Mandela family spokesperson General Themba Matanzima tells us about Madiba the family man.
Prayer and worship for Madiba (slideshow)
South Africans of all denominations have been gathering to remember Madiba since Friday evening.
Mandela was a far wilier politician, and could be less saintly, than some other portrayals would have us believe, writes Robin Renwick.
The state agency allegedly responsible for distributing a picture of Madiba globally says it is seeking an amicable resolution to the matter.
A new book considers the ‘diplomatic afterlife’ of Mandela in relation to former presidents Carter, Clinton and Blair.
Citing heritage concerns, the township’s residents have stonewalled the building of a museum.
No less than Madiba found balm for the soul in the magnificent milieu of Mauritius’s Le Saint Géran.
Attempts to honour, or cash in on, the world icon have too often bordered on the farcical.
A new sculpture that neatly aligns commercial interests with art and our history has the twitterati frothing about apparent opportunism.
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- Madiba and lessons in leadership
- The Mandela moment: Now itâ€™s time to move forward South Africa
- Don’t be another Mandela