Mandela one of the first to get a new smart ID card
July 20, 2013 Editor 0
To coincide with International Nelson Mandela Day, celebrated each year on the former statesman’s birthday, Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor on Thursday officially launched the country’s new identification (ID) smart cards at a ceremony at the Union Buildings, in Pretoria. Senior members of government and several prominent players in South Africa’s political history were issued with their new ID cards, including former President Mandela, whose daughter Zinzi Mandela accepted the card on her father’s behalf.
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