African leaders urged to emulate, sustain Winnie Mandela's legacies


He hit out at the UDF party he said had thrown her to the apartheid regime, he continued: "Mama, you never told us how we should treat them when they come here, I'm waiting for a signal ma".

State House did not respond to questions about the Winnie Madikizela-Mandela street naming yesterday.

Addressing the 8th African Regional Executive Committee meeting, in Dakar, Senegal last Thursday, the Vice President (Africa) of the Geneva-based Industriall Global Union, Aremu, said "sustaining the legacies of Winnie Mandela amounts to throwing apartheid permanently into the dust-bin of history, failing which Africa risks resurrection of the evil of apartheid which Winnie courageously confronted at immeasurable costs".

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"Mama, the widows of Marikana are still in tears".

The tributes in her honour have warmed my heart. "She was just an ordinary woman, one of us, but dared to fight for what is right", Zondwa said.

Describing Madikizela-Mandela as "a woman who was the epitome of black female resistance against oppression, racism and imperialism", Geingob said the late politician left behind a legacy of sacrifice, dedication and commitment, whose legacy was established and firmly rooted among Namibian people.

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"Lies had became part of the narrative of her life. It is so disappointing to see how they withheld their words during my mother's lifetime, knowing very well what they would have meant to her", said Mandela-Dlamini.

"Praising her now shows us what hypocrites you are!"The pain inflicted on her lives on in us".

This comes after Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) leader Julius Malema mentioned at Madikizela-Mandela's funeral on Saturday that some in the ANCWL were among those who "sold out" and turned their backs on her when she was still president, sighting not wanting to be led "by a criminal" as their motivation.

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