Train launched when Mandela became president cuts through S. Africa countryside delivering low-cost medical care to rural poor
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Looming storm clouds over Johannesburg couldn't dampen spirits as thousands of South Africans took to the streets to celebrate the life of a man who many will continue to see as the father of their nation. Debora Patta has the story from the city's Houghton area, where Mandela lived.
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Archbishop Emeritus asks S. Africans to honor Mandela by being "what the world had thought impossible… a South Africa united"