No legal action from Mandela's daughter - Zelda

Nelson Mandela's former personal assistant Zelda la Grange told News24 no legal action has been taken against her publishers since her book was released, but defends Makaziwe Mandela's constitutional right to challenge her. Watch the video interview above.

In June, Nelson Mandela's daughter warned the late stateman’s long time assistant, that she could be sued over her claims that Mandela’s wife Graça Machel was side-lined during his final days.

Two months after 'Good Morning, Mr Mandela' was released, La Grange told News24 that readers now understand the book in context and the controversy has died down. 

Faith Keabetswe Leburu 2014-08-21 01:13:20 PM
Disgusting piece of human... So many things to write about but you chose this. Ofcourse media will help you to turn down the volume of unhappy citizens.
Sarah Kirk 2014-08-21 02:12:53 PM
Really Faith??
Toni-Leigh Luzzi 2014-08-21 02:57:33 PM
Have you even read the book faith? I don't think so but then again can you read?
Sharon Mnqandi 2014-08-21 05:04:24 PM
Faith do yourself a favour and read the book, I promise you will learn one or two things about Madiba and Zelda. Madiba managed to get the best out of Zelda & she also changed from her stereotype thinking
Ogone Mitchell 2014-08-21 05:19:38 PM
Another person exploiting the fact that they sometimes hung out with a famous person. Just let it gather dust on a CNA bookshelf and move on.
Kgato Maab 2014-08-21 08:23:08 PM
Leave this faith, i do think she can read and understand. A gona skolo niks