People lining street stand behind fences as the casket carrying the anti-apartheid icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is carried to her home in Soweto, Johannesburg April 13, 2018. (AFP / MUJAHID SAFODIEN)
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Hundreds of people lined the streets of Soweto on Friday to see the funeral procession of Winnie Mandela ahead of her final send-off this weekend.South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa, who took office two months ago, will lead the mourners at a pre-burial service due to start at 6 GMT on Saturday at Soweto's 37,000-capacity Orlando stadium.Mandela's husband became the first black president of democratic South Africa, but she refused to follow many other struggle-era politicians who moved from townships like Soweto to formerly white-only suburbs after the end of apartheid.
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