Former South African president FW de Klerk has said spoken of his sadness at the death of Nelson Mandela after seeing his body lying in state in Pretoria.
He told ITV News' Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo: "I'm very sad. Yesterday was a day for celebration. Today is a day for mourning."
Asked how it felt to see Mandela, he said: "It touched my heart deep."
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Thousands of ordinary South Africans queued for hours today in hopes of seeing Nelson Mandela's body as he lies in state in Pretoria.