Biography Traces

Provides Biographies Worldwide

Biography Nelson Mandela - First Black President of South Africa

Biography Traces - Biography Nelson Mandela - First Black President of South Africa. Biography of Nelson mandela. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela peace figure was born in Mvezo, July 18, 1918 and died on 05 December 2013, Nelson Mandela is known throughout the world as a freedom fighter by the anti-apartheid activities and later became President of South Africa.

His childhood was spent in the Thembu ( His Village ) then began his career in law, He also has honorary names of clans that Madiba. Rolihlahla Mendela then moved to Qunu until was 9 years old. He is the first of the family to follow the school. He also received the name of Nelson from his teacher who is a Methodist. At the age of sixteen, he attended Clarkebury Boarding Institute study of Western culture. In 1934, he began a program of B.A. at Fort Hare University, where he met Oliver Tambo, who became a loyal friend and colleague. After opposing the policies of the University and asked to come out. He moved to Johannesburg and continued his studies at the University of South Africa after taking the law at the University of the Witswatersrand.


Mandela's first marriage to Evelyn Ntoko Mase ended in divorce in 1957 after 13 years. His marriage to Winnie Madikizela, who walked 38 years ended in divorce in 1996. On his 80th birthday, Mandela married Gra├ža Machel, widow of former Mozambique President Samora Machel, who was also a friend of the ANC.

In 1934, he began a program of B.A. at Fort Hare University, where he met Oliver Tambo, who became a loyal friend and colleague. After opposing the policies of the University and asked to come out. He moved to Johannesburg and continued his studies at the University of South Africa after taking the law at the University of the Witswatersrand. Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid leader and South Africa's first Black President, passed away on Thursday, December 05, 2013. He closed the age of 95 years. South Africa President Jacob Zuma announced the death of Mandela. Mandela, who nearly three decades in prison in the struggle to end white minority rule and discrimination against blacks in South Africa.


 
Copyright © 2014 Biography Traces - All Rights Reserved
Template By. Catatan Info