You have read Part 1:
Now I proudly present to you the version of a truly Great South African; in the eyes of many [certainly mine] the Man that should have been the first Black President of South Africa.
In his own words, verbatim unedited the way he said it:
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I was born in rural South Africa about 100 miles north of Cape Town in 1940 in a home that was apolitical. My political awareness developed during my twenties and at the age of 31 I walked out into the political wilderness away from my people and The Church [that is a long story] to devote the rest of my adult life working and hoping to have a majority Government in our country. In 1972 most white people sneered at me and asked me “Now who in hell do you think will run that country?” It was not a popular thing for a white man to say such things at that time but I always replied to the question:
“Buthelezi is my choice.”
My compatriots thought I was a nut case.
The jury is still out on Mandela and it will be a very long time to get a verdict. I guess that we may have the latter by the year 2074; not sooner. There will be updates on the story as we go along.