Mandela wrote 10 chapters of his follow-up memoir by hand on loose paper and in files between 1998 and 2002.
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The sequel to Nelson Mandela's celebrated autobiography "Long Walk to Freedom" is to be released after his unfinished draft was completed by a South African writer, the former South African president's foundation announced.Titled "Dare not Linger," the book tells of Mandela's five years as president after the end of apartheid and the first multirace elections in South Africa in 1994 .The book was launched at Mandela's former personal office in Johannesburg Tuesday and is released worldwide Thursday.Mandela served one term as president of South Africa before stepping down.
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