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Biography of Nelson Mandela View photo album

Rolihlahla Mandela was born into the Madiba clan in the village of Mvezo , Transkei, on 18 July 1918. His mother was Nonqaphi Nosekeni and his father was Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela, principal counsellor to the Acting King of the Thembu people, Jongintaba Dalindyebo. In 1930, when he was 12 years old, his father died and the young Rolihlahla became a ward of Jongintaba at the Great Place in Mqhekezweni 1 .

Hearing the elders’ stories of his ancestors’ valour during the wars of resistance, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.

He attended primary school in Qunu where his teacher, Miss Mdingane, gave him the name Nelson, in accordance with the custom of giving all schoolchildren “Christian” names.

He completed his Junior Certificate at Clarkebury Boarding Institute and went on to Healdtown, a Wesleyan secondary school of some repute, where he matriculated.

Mandela began his studies for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University College of Fort Hare but did not complete the degree there as he was expelled for joining in a student protest.

A string of Mr O'Mara's historical online comments emerged this week, together with new claims he used transphobic slurs and called a woman he dated an "ugly b****".

Confirming the party's action, Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell said: "The decision has been taken to suspend Jared O'Mara and have the whip withdrawn because of that suspension.

"There will be a full investigation by the Labour Party and then, as a result of that, a final decision will be made about his future."

Mr O'Mara, who was elected to Parliament in June's snap General Election, had already resigned from the House of Commons' Women and Equalities Committee amid the row.

The 35-year-old described himself as "deeply ashamed" of his online comments and claimed he has been on a "journey of education" since making them.

Jeremy Corbyn was said to believe Mr O'Mara's comments to be "unacceptable", with the Labour leader nor the party's head office unaware of the remarks until they emerged this week.

Commenting on Mr O'Mara's suspension during Prime Minister's Questions, Theresa May said: "All of us in this House should have due care and attention to the way in which we refer to other people and should show women in public life the respect that they deserve."

Sergeant Shaun Hampton, with the Sacramento Sheriff's Department, said Mr Filippidis believed he had sustained a head injury at some point in the last few days.

Officers who were dispatched to the airport confirmed his identity. The Toronto man appeared disoriented and was occasionally confused.

The firefighter told police he had travelled across the country as a passenger on a big rig truck but could not recall anything about either the vehicle or the driver.

New York State authorities, who launched a search for the Toronto firefighter, appealed on Wednesday afternoon to the public for information on Mr Filippidis' journey.

"If we could have somebody call that we can prove actually met Danny on his journey across the country that would be tremendous help to us," said New York State Police's Major John Tibbets at a news conference.

Toronto Fire Services Chief Matthew Pegg said in a statement his colleagues are very relieved to know Mr Filippidis is safe.

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Biography of Nelson Mandela View photo album

Rolihlahla Mandela was born into the Madiba clan in the village of Mvezo , Transkei, on 18 July 1918. His mother was Nonqaphi Nosekeni and his father was Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela, principal counsellor to the Acting King of the Thembu people, Jongintaba Dalindyebo. In 1930, when he was 12 years old, his father died and the young Rolihlahla became a ward of Jongintaba at the Great Place in Mqhekezweni 1 .

Hearing the elders’ stories of his ancestors’ valour during the wars of resistance, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.

He attended primary school in Qunu where his teacher, Miss Mdingane, gave him the name Nelson, in accordance with the custom of giving all schoolchildren “Christian” names.

He completed his Junior Certificate at Clarkebury Boarding Institute and went on to Healdtown, a Wesleyan secondary school of some repute, where he matriculated.

Mandela began his studies for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University College of Fort Hare but did not complete the degree there as he was expelled for joining in a student protest.

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Biography of Nelson Mandela View photo album

Rolihlahla Mandela was born into the Madiba clan in the village of Mvezo , Transkei, on 18 July 1918. His mother was Nonqaphi Nosekeni and his father was Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela, principal counsellor to the Acting King of the Thembu people, Jongintaba Dalindyebo. In 1930, when he was 12 years old, his father died and the young Rolihlahla became a ward of Jongintaba at the Great Place in Mqhekezweni 1 .

Hearing the elders’ stories of his ancestors’ valour during the wars of resistance, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.

He attended primary school in Qunu where his teacher, Miss Mdingane, gave him the name Nelson, in accordance with the custom of giving all schoolchildren “Christian” names.

He completed his Junior Certificate at Clarkebury Boarding Institute and went on to Healdtown, a Wesleyan secondary school of some repute, where he matriculated.

Mandela began his studies for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University College of Fort Hare but did not complete the degree there as he was expelled for joining in a student protest.

A string of Mr O'Mara's historical online comments emerged this week, together with new claims he used transphobic slurs and called a woman he dated an "ugly b****".

Confirming the party's action, Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell said: "The decision has been taken to suspend Jared O'Mara and have the whip withdrawn because of that suspension.

"There will be a full investigation by the Labour Party and then, as a result of that, a final decision will be made about his future."

Mr O'Mara, who was elected to Parliament in June's snap General Election, had already resigned from the House of Commons' Women and Equalities Committee amid the row.

The 35-year-old described himself as "deeply ashamed" of his online comments and claimed he has been on a "journey of education" since making them.

Jeremy Corbyn was said to believe Mr O'Mara's comments to be "unacceptable", with the Labour leader nor the party's head office unaware of the remarks until they emerged this week.

Commenting on Mr O'Mara's suspension during Prime Minister's Questions, Theresa May said: "All of us in this House should have due care and attention to the way in which we refer to other people and should show women in public life the respect that they deserve."


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