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- within south africa, where he is often referred to by his xhosa clan name, madiba, or as tata ('father'); he is often described as the 'father of the nation'
- a madiba shirt is a batik silk shirt, usually adorned in a bright and colourful print. batik is originally from indonesia, and has been claimed as cultural
- paul-georges ntep de madiba (born 29 july 1992) is a french-cameroonian professional footballer who plays for stade rennais and the french national team
- family: erythrosuchidae genus: garjainia species garjainia prima otschev, 1958 garjainia triplicostata huene, 1960 garjainia madiba gower et al., 2014
- wrongly referred to as the older son of nelson mandela, but his brother madiba thembekile mandela (thembi) was born in 1945. thembi was killed in a motorcycle
- resident of kwamaphumulo near stanger and has three children. thobeka stacie madiba (born mabhija, her mother's name), married 4 january 2010 with whom he has
- statue depicts mandela wearing his madiba shirt and dancing in what was referred to at the unveiling as the 'madiba jive'. basetsana kumalo, the master
- apartheid in south africa. mandela dedicated his book to 'my six children, madiba and makaziwe (my first daughter) who are now deceased, and to makgatho,