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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JUSTINE GERARDY A resident of the rural South African town of Qunu, Kekana Mangqwambi, 92, stand on June 12, 2013 outisde his home after talking about his friendship with former South African President Nelson Mandela. Ordinarily Qunu is a slow-paced blend of livestock, locals on foot and the occasional car winding along the smattering of roads and dirt paths that link humble homesteads. But with Mandela again in hospital, his beloved village has become a magnet for the world's media, hoping to offer some insight into his life.
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( JENNIFER BRUCE / AFP/Getty Images / June 17, 2013 )

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JUSTINE GERARDY A resident of the rural South African town of Qunu, Kekana Mangqwambi, 92, stand on June 12, 2013 outisde his home after talking about his friendship with former South African President Nelson Mandela. Ordinarily Qunu is a slow-paced blend of livestock, locals on foot and the occasional car winding along the smattering of roads and dirt paths that link humble homesteads. But with Mandela again in hospital, his beloved village has become a magnet for the world's media, hoping to offer some insight into his life.

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