Kgamane reminisces about Mandela's 1995 visit

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The Bangwato regent Sediegeng Kgamane has described the late former South African president, Nelson Mandela as larger than life.

Speaking in an interview to reminisce about Mandela’s 1995 Serowe visit, Kgamane said that the Bamagwato came in their thousands to see a man that many on the African continent regarded as a great struggle hero.

“There were people all over the Kgotla, some were perched on treetops while others climbed hillocks around the area to get a glimpse of Mandela,” said Kgamane, adding that the statesman had come to Serowe at the request of the Bangwato.

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