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'Nelson Mandela legacy is big for Afrikaans community'

24 June 2013 Last updated at 11:51 BST

South Africa is preparing itself after learning that Nelson Mandela's condition has become "critical". The country's first black president was taken to hospital earlier in June for the third time this year.

Delanie Bezuidenhout and her daughter, Chloe Dawson, who are from an Afrikaans family, came to lay flowers at the hospital gate.

Karen Allen spoke to them about what Mandela means to their community.

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