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Mandela's granddaughter: 'He was driven by common decency'

15 December 2013 Last updated at 11:51 GMT

Nandi Mandela has spoken at her grandfather Nelson Mandela's funeral and said he "cared immensely for the less privileged and was driven by common decency".

Mr Mandela's state funeral took place at his ancestral home in Qunu, ending a week of commemorations for South Africa's first black leader.

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