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Zuma pays tribute to Mandela

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: South African President Jacob Zuma paid tribute to former president and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela who remains in hospital for a fifth day. In a speech to parliament, Zuma reminded people not to "create their own superficial image of Mandela." "They must love Madiba, the volunteer in chief of the defiance campaign of 1952, Madiba the UmKhonto we Sizwe commander in chief, Madiba the revolutionary, Madiba the long-serving prisoner," said Zuma, using the 94-year-old Mandela's clan name, in his address to the parliament in Cape Town. UmKhonto we Sizwe is the name of the armed wing which Mandela co-founded in the fight against apartheid. Zuma also reminded the main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) to recognize Mandela's legacy. "We must not only focus Madiba, the first president of a democratic South Africa who implemented ANC policies of reconciliation and transformation. His rich legacy and history

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