Zoleka Mandela on drug abuse and cancer
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100 Women 2016: Zoleka Mandela on her troubled past and battling cancer

Zoleka Mandela, granddaughter of Nelson and Winnie Mandela, talks about how being sexually abused as a child led to drug and alcohol addiction and how she is now coping with battling breast cancer.

Produced by Justine Lang and Kirsty Mackenzie.

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BBC 100 Women names 100 influential and inspirational women around the world every year. We create documentaries, features and interviews about their lives, giving more space for stories that put women at the centre.

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