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- he is held in deep respect within south africa, where he is often referred to by his xhosa clan name , madiba, or as tata ('father'); he
- paul-georges ntep de madiba (born 29 july 1992) is a french professional footballer who plays for stade rennais in ligue 1 .
- a madiba shirt is a batik silk shirt , usually adorned in a bright and colourful print. it has become a well-known nickname for batik
- thobeka stacie madiba (born mabhija, her mother's name), married 4 january 2010 with whom he has one child. zuma paid lobola to her clan
- zille , current premier of the western cape , said: 'we all belong to the south african family—and we owe that sense of belonging to madiba.
- and of madiba’s boys, a non-fiction book on south african football, politics and history, published in south africa (new africa books,
- animation, development and publishing company based in cameroon founded in 2003 by madiba olivier, and headquartered in yaounde, cameroon.
- sons madiba 'thembi' thembekile (1945–1969) and makgatho mandela (1950–2005), daughters both named makaziwe mandela (the first born in
- whose father was a reigning nobleman from a junior branch of the madiba clan of kings. walter sisulu was also of thembu descent, on his
- in south africa he was often known as madiba, an aristocratic title adopted by the elderly members of the royal clan that he belongs to.