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1994: Nelson Mandela Sworn in As President of South Africa
After spending 27 years as a political prisoner, Nelson Mandela was sworn in as South Africa's first black president. Bill Whitaker filed this report on May 10, 1994.
Mandela: The Political Prisoner Who Would Change a Country - Season 26 - Episode 12
CBS New correspondent Martha Teichner on what it was like to be in South Africa in 1990 when Nelson Mandela was released from prison and the impact on the country.
Nelson Mandela: Champion for Freedom Dies at 95
The world is celebrating the life of one of the most transformative leaders of our time, Nelson Mandela. Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell, and Gayle King report on the activist, political prisoner and first black president of South Africa.
Mandela Funeral Presents Security Challenge to South Africa
With political leaders, and dignitaries from across the globe arriving in South Africa to honor the late Nelson Mandela, officials in Johannesburg are scrambling to ensure their safety. Bill Whitaker reports.
New Iran Sanctions Could Unravel Nuclear Deal
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Ravanchi warns that if the U.S. Senate approves new economic sanctions on Iran, it will be breaking the nuclear deal that was reached in November. Iran's government defied hardliners at home in agreeing to the deal, and its political credibility is on the line. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Mandela Emerged from a Village to Become Defining Figure
Born in 1918, Nelson Mandela became one of South Africa's first black lawyers and later devoted himself to ending apartheid. He came to personify struggle: a political prisoner who became a president and saved his nation. Scott Pelley reports.
Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013
The South African leader who became a defining figure of our time has died at age 95 Dek: Nelson Mandela, a political prisoner who became president of a racially equal South Africa and a defining figure of our time, has died at age 95. Scott Pelley reports.
Preview: Nelson Mandela: Father of a Nation
A "48 Hours" special from the journalists of CBS News exploring the social, cultural and political impact of Mandela's life on the world. Saturday, Dec. 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
American Political History Treasures at the Smithsonian
Every year, 30 million people visit the Smithsonian, but few get an insider's look at the world's largest museum and research complex. Bill Plante reports from behind-the-scenes at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Can Christie and Clinton Compete in Iowa?
CBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics National Political Reporter Scott Conroy about the 2016 Iowa caucuses and whether Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie, two promising potential candidates, will decide to stake their claim there.
How Robben Island Incarceration Made Mandela
Nelson Mandela spent most of his 27 years as a political prisoner on Robben Island. The conditions would have broken most men, but in many ways, they made Mandela. Eddie Daniels, a fellow prisoner of Robben Island, describes what life was like there. Allen Pizzey reports.
Liz Cheney's Tricky Road to the Senate
CBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics National Political Reporter Scott Conroy about the hurdles Liz Cheney faces in her bid to be the next U.S. Senator from Wyoming, from a public spat with her sister to a reputation as a "carpetbagger."
Political Activist Introduced America to Mandela's Struggle
In 1984, few Americans had ever heard of Nelson Mandela, but political activist Randall Robinson was determined to change that. He staged a sit-in at the South African embassy in Washington, D.C., which led to a year of daily protests and pressured politicians to act. Michelle Miller has his story.
Nelson Mandela Universally Revered, Despite Bitter Political Fights
There aren't many politicians, especially ones who engaged in battles as tough as the ones Nelson Mandela fought, who left such a clean battlefield. His special talent was offering the hope of democracy to the oppressed black majority, while managing the fear of change in the white minority. Mark Phillips reports.
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