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Nelson Mandela Memorial Service #1056360

AJAM Special for Tuesday, Dec 10, 2013

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  • Live Al Jazeera America coverage of President Barack Obama's speech in Johannesburg, South Africa at the memorial service for former South Africa President Nelson Mandela, preceded by portions of speeches by African National Congress Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, ANC National Chairperson Baleka Mbete, former ANC member Andrew Mlangeni, family member General Thanduxolo Mandela, great-granddaughter Phumla Mandela, grandsons Andile and Mbuso Mandela, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and African Union Commission Chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, and followed by portions of speeches by Brazil President Dilma Rousseff, China Vice President Li Yuanchao, Namibia President Hifikpunye Pohamba, India President Pranab Mukherjee, Cuba President Raul Castro, and South Africa President Jacob Zuma.
  • Analysis includes the participation of New York University Professor Teboho Moja, Columbia University Professor Hlonipha Mokoena, New York University Professor David Rice, and unidentified others, and taped excerpts of an interview by Ali Velshi (Al Jazeera) with former President Jimmy Carter.
  • Reporter(s):
    Schauffler, Allen;
    Velshi, Ali;
    Walters, Del;
    Mitchell, Nicole;
    Radford, Morgan
    Duration:
    04:28:00

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