Tens of thousands of mourners have been turned away after flocking to say a personal goodbye to Nelson Mandela on the final day of his lying in state.
At one of the gathering points to board buses in Pretoria the crowd broke through the metal entrance gate when officers tried to stop people coming through.
Some fell to the ground and hundreds streamed past before order was restored.
Around 50,000 people saw Nelson Mandela's body on the final day of him lying in state, but tensions rose as many more were denied access.
Mark Austin got a rare look inside the vaults of Nelson Mandela's personal archive, as he examines the battle to preserve the Mandela brand.
Thousands of ordinary South Africans queued for hours today in hopes of seeing Nelson Mandela's body as he lies in state in Pretoria.