A powerful figure. A prominent political activitist. An anti-apartheid icon. A hero for thousands, even millions, of South Africans. By such image and identities, no wonder she has been dubbed the “Mother of the Nation”.
For decades, Madikizela-Mandela has been in the battle of political limelight. But before she gained the title which she is now known for, her life was sealed in an intricate journey of struggle and survival. With great name comes the great battles she fought in her lifetime.