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Guernsey’s auction house in New York has suspended the sale of around 70 personal items belonging to Nelson Mandela following public outcry in South Africa. Mandela’s eldest daughter, Makaziwe, had planned to auction items such as his hearing aids and walking sticks to fund a memorial garden. The South African Heritage Resources Agency contested the decision in court but lost the case. South Africa’s Arts and Culture Minister, Zizi Kodwa, stated that blocking the sale was necessary to preserve Mandela’s legacy and ensure his life’s work remains in the country. Mandela died in 2013 after being imprisoned for fighting white-minority rule.

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