Nelson Mandela leaves property worth over 3 million pounds
Nelson Mandela has left South Africa’s ruling ANC in addition to his significantly more than 3 million euro property to his family, former employees and schools he visited.
Monday’s reading of Mandela’s may have been likely to trigger new uncertainty among his squabbling relatives but war hasn’t broken out to date.
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke told journalists in Johannesburg that reading wills to households was “always an event that’s charged with emotions”.
But he explained: “I am unaware of any competition of any kind. .The will has been duly filed and has been approved and registered as such.”
Mandela’s big family got together at December’s funeral service for the previous South African leader who died aged 95.
Their estate includes homes in Johannesburg and his Eastern Cape home land in addition to royalties from book sales, like his autobiography, “Long Walk to Freedom”.
A number of his fortune will get into a trust to supply for his over 30 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The Mandela name was already used as a marketing model by many younger members of the anti apartheid hero’s family.
A number of his grandchildren have started a-line of hats featuring his picture underneath the model “Long Walk to Freedom”.
Two of his granddaughters located in America starred in a real possibility TV program called “Being Mandela”.