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Condolence book opened for Mandela at South African High Commission, Kingston

Published: Friday December 6, 2013 | 8:25 pm Comments 0
A woman signs a Nelson Mandela condolence book at the South African Embassy in Havana, Cuba. - AP
A woman signs a Nelson Mandela condolence book at the South African Embassy in Havana, Cuba. - AP

South African High Commission in Jamaica has opened a condolence book for members of the public in memory of Nelson Mandela.

The book was opened today and will continue to be available until Friday, December 13.

The High Commission says persons wishing to sign the book can visit its offices between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

The High Commission says a memorial service is to be held for Mandela next week.

The details of the memorial will be announced later.

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