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Mandela’s grandson honored by prayers, support

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As schoolchildren in sing “Madiba get well” in Johannesburg, Nelson Mandela’s grandson, Mandla, speaks to reporters from outside his grandfather’s hospital in Pretoria, expressing his family’s gratitude for prayers and support from communities around the world during the recent health scare.