Also present at the funeral service were former presidents Thabo Mbeki, Kgalema Motlanthe and Jacob Zuma, dignitaries from African countries and celebrities such as British supermodel Naomi Campbell and U.S. civil rights activist Jesse Jackson.
Then he lashed out at executives of the ruling ANC's women's league who also disowned Winnie Mandela at a time she was leading the group, then again he added: "Ma, I'm waiting for a signal on how we should treat them".
"You [Madikizela-Mandela] trusted that your mission of putting the country first was embraced by an organisation that you loved; but Mama, you did not know that your organisation had been rendered incapable of loving you back", said Malema. Aremu hailed what he called consolidation of democratic process in Africa citing "the new development in Zimbabwe and successful swearing-in of President, Cyril Ramaphosa, as the 5th President of the Republic of South Africa following the resignation of former President Jacob Zuma". What do I tell them; what about those who killed their husbands for selfish gains?
The ANC praised Madikizela-Mandela for her resilience and refusal to stand by while people suffered. Geingob said they came to mourn and to celebrate a life of a daughter of the African soil, who did not choose to be larger than life, but through her selfless actions, became a towering figure in the milieu of the liberation struggle. The reignition of her legacy has reigned supreme with women everywhere wearing black and power doeks.
"Mama Winnie was a true freedom fighter and she never sold the struggle", he said.
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