Bulls mourn Mandela loss

2013-12-06 10:58
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Pretoria - The Blue Bulls Company have extended their deepest sympathies to the family and close friends of a man known as the Nations Father, Nelson Mandela.

QUIZ: How well did you know Nelson Mandela?

BBC CEO, Mr Barend van Graan is one of the worldwide millions who will miss the great man.

“Humble, knowledgeable, determined and loving, Mr Mandela portrayed so many ideals for which we as a company strive to achieve in everything we do. Mr Mandela fought for what he believed in which was peace and equality – something all South Africans must continue to work towards. Today is a massive loss for this country, however we must not lose sight of the fact that we were truly blessed to have had such an inspirational man touch our lives,” Van Graan was quoted as saying.

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