Nelson Mandela, the former political prisoner who became the first president of a post-apartheid South Africa and whose heroic life and towering moral stature made him one of history’s most influential statesmen, died Thursday, the government announced. He was 95.
The death was announced in a televised address by South African President Jacob Zuma, who noted, “We’ve lost our greatest son.” No cause was provided.
For Immediate Release Contact: Bob Sparks or Rich Ramos August 2, 2013 (850) 412-1060 MATT CARTER JOINS RAMOS & SPARKS GROUP (Tallahassee, FL) – Matt Carter, former Public Service Commission Chairman and current member of the governing board of the state university system, has joined the Tallahassee firm of Ramos & Sparks Group. Carter will […]