Former head: Why children should look to Mandela

Betty Campbell, from Cardiff, was Wales' first black headteacher and an anti-apartheid campaigner.

She told ITV News how meeting Nelson Mandela influenced not only her personal life, but also her professional one.

Betty said: "What a great man he was during his lifetime. I know there's a lot being said about him on the worldwide stage, but I don't think people realise the affect he had on ordinary people in the street; on children in school.

"Look at what he went through - but he still came out on top. I think if that philosophy can be embedded in our kids, then most of them should do very well in life."


AMs to pay tribute to Mandela

Nelson Mandela will be honoured later when Assembly Members hold a minute's silence at the Senedd. The former South African President died last week.