Nelson Mandela's grandson thrust an increasingly acerbic family feud firmly into the public eye Thursday, after details emerged of the 94-year-old's "perilous" state on life support.
Nelson Mandela's grandson, Mandla Mandela, holds a press conference at his home in Mvezo on July 4, 2013. He hit back in a bitter family quarrel, launching a tirade against his close relatives after he was ordered to return the remains of his grandfather's children.
Mandla Mandela, forced by a court to return the remains of three of Mandela's children to the revered South African leader's proposed burial ground in Qunu, launched a tirade at close family members.
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