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The church congregation is singing traditional songs, clapping, banging drums and ringing bells and whistling as Zuma and the Mandela family walk down the church aisle - this is a church service Africa-style.
The congregation greets each other in Xhosa: Kgotso ebe le wena - or "peace be with you".
The Queen has decided not to attend the funeral of Nelson Mandela as she reduces her long-haul travelling.
The Prince of Wales is expected to travel to South Africa to represent the Monarch at memorial events next week, The Sunday Times (£) reports.
The former South African president died on Thursday evening at the age of 95 at his Johannesburg home following a long illness.
The Queen said she was "deeply saddened" by Nelson Mandela's death, paying tribute to the legacy he left behind for South Africa.
Speaking about the latest allegations on match-fixing in the Championship, English football's second tier, Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey said:
We treat any allegations of criminal activity in our competitions with the utmost seriousness.
Given that there is an ongoing police investigation into this matter, we cannot comment further at this time.
Although, we would encourage anyone with any evidence to report it to the police.
We will be giving our full assistance to the police during their investigation.
Nelson Mandela's former wife Winnie Mandela has arrived at a memorial service in Johannesburg as a "national day of prayer and reflection" got underway for the former South African president.
President Jacob Zuma also arrived at the Bryanston Methodist Church to pay tribute to Mandela who died on Thursday at the age of 95.
The service is one of a series of events to mark the death of the civil rights activist.
Other remarks made by Ukip councillor Victoria Ayling in the Daily Mail video include:
...send them back.
[Rob Ayling] It's a bit National Front isn't it?
[Victoria Ayling] It's right though. But anyway...
Multiculturalism does not work - Britishness does.
[Away from camera] Multiculturalism is dead, I'm allowed to say that but maybe 'Britishness' is waving the National Front flag a bit.
I just want to send the lot back, but I can't say that.
[Rob Ayling] We'll nip that out in case...
[Victoria Ayling] Bribery, blackmail! We need the blackmail music, don't we!
Victoria Ayling told the BBC that her "send the lot back" comments were made in reference to illegal immigrants and that the Mail story was based only on "snippets" of the political video she made with her husband in 2008.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage told the Daily Mail that Victoria Ayling’s comments were "slightly odd", but added:
I have met her two or three times and I have discussed policy at length before accepting her into the party.
I had no reason to believe she held views that were extreme or inconsistent with ours.
While this comment looks odd and unpleasant there may be a context here that is slightly different to the way it appears.
Ukip politician Victoria Ayling has hit her party with a new racism row after footage was published in which she said all immigrants to Britain should be sent home.
In video filmed by her then-husband Rob Ayling in 2008, the councillor makes off-the-cuff remarks including: "I just want to send the lot back but I can’t say that."
The film, published by the Daily Mail, includes multiple takes of Ayling's attempts to explain her personal views on immigration - but also her comments to her husband behind the camera between takes.
The Ukip member defected from the Conservatives earlier this year.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will lead the tributes to Nelson Mandela at a service of thanksgiving for the life of the former South African president.
The Most Rev Justin Welby will pay tribute to Mr Mandela at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London's Trafalgar Square this morning.
The service will feature a live link to Christ the King Church in Sophiatown in Johannesburg.
Former Poet Laureate Andrew Motion is due to read his poem, To Nelson Mandela: a tribute, during the service.
Detectives have confirmed that a new investigation is underway over match fixing.
The National Crime Agency released a statement following an investigation in The Sun on Sunday.
– National Crime Agency
We can confirm that The Sun has supplied us with intelligence and an investigation is ongoing.
An active NCA investigation is now under way and we are working closely with the Football Association and the Gambling Commission.
We cannot comment further at this stage.