Johannesburg - Thousands of mourners, as well as foreign dignitaries, are continuing to spill into FNB Stadium to pay their last respects to the late former President Nelson Mandela.
Soweto - All Metrorail trains dedicated to transport mourners to FNB Stadium, where the official Memorial Service for former President Nelson Mandela will be held, are running on schedule.
Soweto – Presidents - past and present - global leaders, royals and A-list celebrities have started to arrive at FNB Stadium to pay their last respects at an unprecedented gathering that will hail one of humanity's great peacemakers.
Soweto - Nelson and Oliver have come all the way from Cape Town with their father Desmond Stevens to pay their last respects to their favourite icon.
Johannesburg – The FNB stadium broke into song and dance as President Jacob Zuma and several world leaders arrived at the FNB Stadium to join thousands of people, who are gathering for the late former President Nelson Mandela’s National Memorial Service.
Pretoria - Thousands of mourners are busy flowing into the FNB stadium to honour and pay their respects to former late President Nelson Mandela.
Johannesburg - The formal programme at the National Memorial Service of former President Nelson Mandela is expected to get underway soon at FNB Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg, as rain continues to fall from the heavens.
Pretoria – US President Barack Obama has arrived at Waterkloof Air Force Base, ahead of the official Memorial Service of later former President Nelson Mandela.
Johannesburg – Francois Pienaar, the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning Springbok Captain, said his greatest Madiba moment was when the former President agreed to be a Godfather to his two sons.
Pretoria – State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele says all systems are in place to ensure the Memorial Service of former President Nelson Mandela proceeds smoothly.
Pretoria – The Memorial Service to honour former President Nelson Mandela is underway at FNB Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg.
Johannesburg - Not even the rain has deterred mourners and sympathisers from attending the historic Memorial Service of late former President Nelson Mandela on Tuesday morning.
Johannesburg – Former President Nelson Mandela's life was about the service to others, General Thanduxolo Mandela said on Tuesday.
Pretoria – Government says that access to public transport facilities and FNB Stadium will be easy and convenient for people with physical challenges.
Pretoria – African Union Commission Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said from north to west, from east to centre and west – Africa was mourning but also celebrating the life of Madiba.
Soweto – The atmosphere at FNB Stadium is electric as thousands of South Africans start to fill the venue where the Memorial Service of former President Nelson Mandela will be held later this morning.
Johannesburg – Former President Nelson Mandela was hailed on Tuesday as a champion of reconciliation as world leaders, international guests and ordinary South Africans gathered for his Memorial Service at FNB stadium.
Pretoria – A large police contingent, which includes the South African Police Service and Metro Police, have been deployed to various strategic areas in and around the FNB stadium.
Pretoria – The City of Tshwane says it is ready to welcome everyone who will be coming to view Madiba’s body as it lies in state, at the Union Buildings tomorrow.
Soweto - It’s mostly quite at the old house of former President Nelson Mandela in Vilakazi Street, as tens of thousands of mourners are heading to the massive Memorial Service at FNB Stadium to pay their last respects to the late leader who changed the face of South Africa.