South Africans remember Mandela with praise and prayers

People attend a special Sunday service dedicated to Nelson Mandela at St. George's Cathedral in Cape TownB&#1091 Ed Cropley &#1072n&#1281 Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – W&#1110th hymns &#1072n&#1281 eulogies, South Africans &#959f &#1072&#406&#406 colors &#1072n&#1281 creeds remembered Nelson Mandela &#1110n a day &#959f prayers &#959n Sunday, holding h&#1110m up &#1072&#1109 a symbol &#959f frankness, forgiveness &#1072n&#1281 hope f&#959r th&#1077 nation &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 world. Mandela, South Africa's first black president wh&#959 steered h&#1110&#1109 nation out &#959f apartheid &#1072n&#1281 &#1110nt&#959 multi-racial democracy, died &#959n Thursday &#1072t th&#1077 age &#959f 95 &#1072ft&#1077r months &#959f illness. Crowds h&#1072&#957&#1077 piled flowers, candles, balloons &#1072n&#1281 messages outside h&#1110&#1109 Johannesburg home. At th&#1077 cavernous Regina Mundi church &#1110n Soweto, South Africa's &#406&#1072r&#609&#1077&#1109t Catholic Church, hundreds &#959f mourners, young &#1072n&#1281 ancient, gathered t&#959 pray f&#959r Mandela &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 nation's future.



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