The famous president in South Africa
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The famous president in South Africa

by Daniel
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

I think the famous president in South Africa is Nelson Mandela. He won the Nobel peace prize in 1993. He attended a lot of revolutionary activities, and also stayed in prison for 27 years. He joined the Anti-Apartheid Movement, fighting for human rights.

But he died on 2013/12/3. A lot of country leaders attended his funeral, including American president Obama. The big event was that Obama took a selfie during the memorial service for Nelson Mandela. This event gave all media a chance to discuss whether this behavior was proper or not.

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