The frenzy continued at the Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg as the dignitaries and the public gather to wish Madiba well. School children visited the hospital with cards and well-wishes for Madiba. The ANC has urged South Africans, particularly the media, to remain calm and not press any panic buttons.
We love you Tata.get well…….speedy recovery.
Greatness cannot be measured by perfection but by the ability to adjust to situations and events. We love you Madiba and pray that God in his wisdom allows us the joy of your presence for as long as possible without your having to suffer for the privilege we desire.
You touched our lives in a very special way.
Tubby Narrandes Family – Ladysmith
Tubby, Zehra, Shakeel, Hannah, Iman, Nadira, Nadia, Naeem, Aisha & Hamza
Phila Tata, sisakubuka kwaye siyakuthanda mth’ omkhulu, Madiba omde.
we wish u a versy speedy recovery tata sengathi uNkulunkulu angaqhubeka nokusigcinela this nations is what is it because of u……pls get well soon the whole wrold is praying for u !
4rm Nontobeko Khumalo bergville kzn
Get well Tata…. May God Strengthen & Sustain You Tata… We Love You & thank you for making sure that we are liberated & have freedom as individuals & as a country & for your valuable & remarkable representation accross the world…
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Edited by: Lebogang Tsele
Camera Operator: Roderick Macleod, Stephen Stranack
Published: 28 January 2011
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