Newspapers publish excerpts from new Mandela book





Nelson Mandela's new memoirs explore his anguish over the toll political activism took on his family, according to excerpts that appeared in Sunday newspapers around the world.

The excerpts offer readers a sneak peak of "Conversations with Myself," which goes on sale Tuesday and is based on decades of the anti-apartheid icon's notes, letters and conversations.

The Sunday Times of London quotes a letter sent in 1969 to his daughters Zenani and Zindzi, then 9 and 10, after his then-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was detained by police, a form of harassment she endured frequently during the 27 years he was imprisoned....



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