South African President Nelson Mandela filing for divorce

September 1995
Jet;9/4/95, Vol. 88 Issue 17, p4
Reports on South African President Nelson Mandela's divorce from his estranged wife Winnie, ending their 37 years of marriage. Legal separation of couple in April 1992; Prison term for Mandela that ended in release in 1990; Termination of wife from government position.


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