President Jacob Zuma’s office has revealed that Nelson Mandela’s has died aged 95. According to the source, the iconic Mandela peacefully died after recurring lung infection that left him in critical condition several months ago.

News has flooded the newspapers and the internet with several sources reporting his death saddening the many people who have respect for this great humanitarian. The loss of the great man will be felt across the world.

Earlier today one of our writers, wrote an article questioning whether or not Nelson Mandela was still alive. He had been in the hospital a few months ago for a recurring lung infection. As speculation surrounding his health continued to grow with many asking whether he was still alive or if. Until recently authorities would only confirm that he was ok and remained under watch.

Authorities have confirmed that Nelson Mandela has died, adding fuel to the speculation that he had died.
The Nobel Prize winning humanitarian Nelson Mandela had his life support at the end of a long battle with illness that ended with his hospitalization and finally his death. While his health problems started in 2011, it was the summer of 2013 when his condition worsened.

In February 2011, he was briefly hospitalized with a respiratory infection, attracting international attention. He was then re-hospitalized for a lung infection and gallstone removal in December 2012. After his successful medical procedure in March 2013 did not prevent his lung infection from recurring he was briefly hospitalized in Pretoria.

On June 8, 2013, his lung infection worsened and he was re-hospitalized in Pretoria in a serious condition. After four days, it was reported that he had stabilized and that he remained in a “serious, but stable condition”.

While on his way to the hospital, the ambulance carrying Mandela broke down and was stranded on the roadside for 40 minutes. The South African government was criticized for the incident when it confirmed the report weeks later. President Jacob Zuma protested: “There were seven doctors in the convoy who were in full control of the situation throughout the period. He had expert medical care.”

On June 22, 2013 CBS News reported that Mandela had not opened his eyes in days and that he was unresponsive. The family began discussing just how much medical intervention should be given.

On June 23, 2013 President Jacob Zuma issued a statement saying that Mandela’s condition had become “critical.” Zuma, who was accompanied by the Deputy President of the ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, met with Mandela’s wife Graca Machel at the hospital in Pretoria and discussed his condition.

On June 25, 2013, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba visited Mandela at the hospital and prayed with Graca Machel Mandela “at this hard time of watching and waiting.”

On Dec, 5th 2013, Nelson Mandela was announced dead.

The Las Vegas Guardian Express writer Laura Oneale also wrote that in Qunu, the home town of Nelson Mandela, his family got together with the elders to discuss specific events surrounding the well-being of Mandela. It has been confirmed that they were talking about highly sensitive issues.

The grandson of Nelson Mandela angrily left the meeting over a disagreement of where the former president was to be buried earlier this year. Mandela’s daughter, who was seen wearing a red blanket, and other family members seen at the gravesite in Qunu. It has been reported that the “red blanket” is part of a tribal ceremony of the Xhosa. According to Xhosa custom the blanket is used when a family member has died.

Sources have confirmed that Nelson Mandela died last night and the respected iconic humanitarian has died age 95. Details of the funeral arrangements will be released when they become available.

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