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Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born in a village near Umtata in the Transkei on July 18, 1918. His father was a senior adviser to Supreme Leader of Thembuland, who Mandela father's death he became tutor to the young and trained him to take the lead. However, influenced by lawsuits that came before the court of the Chief, the young Mandela decided to become a lawyer. Having heard the stories of the elders about the courage of their ancestors during the wars of resistance in defense of the fatherland, he dreamed also contributes to the liberation struggle of his people. At the end of primary education at a local missionary school, Nelson Mandela went to Healdtown, Wesleyan secondary school of some repute. Then enrolled at the College of Fort Hare for the Bachelor of Arts. There he was elected to the Council of Student Representatives, but was expelled in 1940 along with Oliver Tambo to participate in a student strike. He moved to Johannesburg, where in 1941 he completed his high school studies by correspondence at Unisa, and then studied law at the University of Wiswatersrand. It began in politics during his student in Johannesburg by joining the African National Congress in 1942.
In the midst of World War II, a group of young Africans, members of the ANC, were grouped under the leadership of Anton Lembede. Among them were William Nkomo, Walter Sisulu, Oliver R. Tambo, Ashby P. Mda and Nelson Mandela. With 60 members, all residents in the vicinity of the Witwatersrand, these young people were given the formidable task of transforming the ANC into a mass movement to take his strength and motivation of the millions of anonymous employees of the towns and countryside the peasants in rural areas and professionals.
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