Qunu, the small rural village in the Eastern Cape where Nelson Mandela grew up, is preparing to receive the body of its famous son ahead of the anti-apartheid leader's funeral tomorrow.
His body will be flown there today. In accordance with the wishes of Mandela's family to keep the ceremony private, the only pictures of the burial will be via the SABC state broadcaster and an official outside photographer.
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