In an exclusive interview with CNN, Nelson Mandela’s daughter Maki has talked about her father’s suffering in the final months of his life.
Speaking to CNN’s Robyn Curnow – the only international journalist to broadcast live from Nelson Mandela’s funeral – Maki asserted that while his medical team treated him with dignity and respect, his death came as a relief after the agonizing struggle his health had faced.
“There were times I was telling the doctors I think enough is enough,” she said. “As doctors they had their duty to try everything up to the last moment, but for me as a daughter it was excruciating watching that.” Maki also talked about plans for the family to open Mandela’s grave to visitors in a year or so, with plans in place for a visitors’ center and memorial garden, where tourists will be able to walk around the grave and see it from a viewing point.
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