The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met Nelson Mandela’s grand-daughter at the opening of an exhibition charting his life and profession as we speak.
Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela stated it was “an honour” for Harry and Meghan to go to the occasion at London’s Southbank Centre as she hailed the pair’s “help for justice and equity”, calling them a “shining instance” for younger individuals.
They royal couple have been invited to the ceremony in honour of the centenary celebration of Madiba due to the prince’s charity work in South Africa.
Main former anti-apartheid campaigner Lord Hain, who’s chairman of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, stated: “London was the centre of the anti-apartheid wrestle. It was right here that Mandela’s shut comrade Oliver Tambo lived, led and directed the worldwide wrestle, from army operations in southern Africa to diplomatic lobbying of the United Nations. We thought to commemorate Mandela’s centenary there needs to be an exhibition in London.”
Again In 2008, Prince Harry visited the cell on Robben Island the place Mr Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years and additionally met Mandela’s widow Graça Machel in 2015.
Additionally in attendance at the occasion’s launch have been Baroness Lawrence and Andrew Mlangeni – a former inmate of Mr Mandela.
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