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Nelson Mandela A-Z

Answers these questions about Nelson Mandela in alphabetical order.
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Last updated: October 24, 2021
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Letter
Question
Answer
A
Served as the president of this political party between 1991 and 1997
African National Congress
B
He recieved this award in 1990 in India
Bharat Ratna
C
His religion
Christianity
D
One of his nicknames
Dalibunga
E
First name of his first spouse
Evelyn
F
What was the first name of president de Klerk who released him from prison
Frederik
G
First name of his last spouse
Graça
I
The name of his famous 3-hour long speech in 1964
I am prepared to die
J
In 2013 he died in this city
Johannesburg
L
His autobiography first published in 1994
Long walk to freedom
M
Which village was he born in?
Mvezo
Letter
Question
Answer
N
19th General Secretary of which International Forum?
Non-aligned movement
P
A statue of Nelson is located in which London Square?
Parliament
Q
His resting place is in which village
Qunu
R
The 3 hour long speech as referred to in letter "I" was made during which trial?
Rivonia
S
He was the first black president of which country?
South Africa
T
Which royal family was he born into?
Thembu
U
His home city known as Mthatha is also spelt as
Umtata
V
In 1988 Nelson was transferred to this final prison of his 27 year sentence
Victor Verster
W
Which 1995 rugby tournament did Nelson appear in after the final?
World Cup
X
His native language
Xhosa
Z
Name either of his daughter's that he had with Winnie
Zenani, Zindziswa
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Level 43
Oct 24, 2021
Thank you for great subject. Big respect for his memory!
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Level 44
Oct 24, 2021
Thank you. He was a great man and an important person in history