First Person: Sandile Dube

Al Jazeera meets with young South Africans following in Nelson Mandela's footsteps.

    On the occasion of Nelson Mandela's 92nd birthday, Al Jazeera has been meeting some young South Africans who are following in his footsteps by giving up their time for the community.

    "Small" Sandile Dube is the president of the Girls & Boys Education Movement in Nkangale.

    He tells us more about what he does, and why.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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