Ex-president discusses Mandela's legacy

FW De Klerk discusses anti-apartheid icon's place in South Africa history, 25 years after deciding to end his captivity.

    Nearly quarter of a century ago, FW De Klerk, the then president of South Africa, decided to end Nelson Mandela's captivity. He spoke to Al Jazeera on the phone from Cape Town on Mandela's death.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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