Mandela’s hometown burial a call to ancestors to set his spirit free

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Patricia Zamin, a traditional healer, shares her memories of Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg Friday.

In keeping with tradition, former South African President Nelson Mandela will be buried Sunday in his native town of Qunu, where sangomas, or healers, will rattle bones to summon his ancestors to grant him eternal freedom, a cow will be slaughtered – and his coffin will be lowered into the earth.

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Special Report: Discover the REAL Nelson Mandela
December 7, 2013

Nelson Mandela, working with the Soviet Union, wanted to replace Apartheid tyranny with a Marxist dictatorship. He and his followers hijacked the Anti-Apartheid Movement in an attempt to bring communism to South Africa.

He was a member of the South African Communist Party and a co-founder of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress which targeted civilians.

Mandela fought against racism, which was a good thing, but he did it with another evil: communism.

On Dec. 5, Mandela died at the age of 95: