The plane carrying Nelson Mandela's body has left Pretoria as it heads to Qunu for tomorrow's funeral.
South Africa president Jacob Zuma described Mandela as a “man of action” during the ANC’s farewell ceremony at the Waterkloof Air Base in Pretoria.
The journey to Mthatha airport will take about two hours.
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