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A young girl places a message in front of  the house of former President Nelson Mandela's houghton House on June 17, 2013 in Johannesburg. The former stateman is yet to spend another day in a Pretoria Hospital. His condition is stable but still serious. Nelson Mandela's wife Graca Machel thanked the world on Monday for its messages of support for the ailing anti-apartheid icon which she said had eased "the burden of anxiety". South Africa's first black president, 94, was rushed to a Pretoria hospital on June 8 with a recurrent lung infection and remains in a serious condition
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( MUJAHID SAFODIEN / AFP/Getty Images / June 17, 2013 )

A young girl places a message in front of the house of former President Nelson Mandela's houghton House on June 17, 2013 in Johannesburg. The former stateman is yet to spend another day in a Pretoria Hospital. His condition is stable but still serious. Nelson Mandela's wife Graca Machel thanked the world on Monday for its messages of support for the ailing anti-apartheid icon which she said had eased "the burden of anxiety". South Africa's first black president, 94, was rushed to a Pretoria hospital on June 8 with a recurrent lung infection and remains in a serious condition

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