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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.

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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."

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