Nelson Mandela In Hospital 'for Tests' - Bbc News

BBC NewsNelson Mandela in hospital 'for tests'BBC NewsSouth Africa's former leader Nelson Mandela has been admitted to hospital in the capital Pretoria to undergo tests, officials say. The office of President Jacob Zuma said 94-year-old Mr Mandela was doing well and there was "no cause for alarm". Mr Mandela ...Nelson Mandela in hospital for testsUSA TODAYMandela admitted to hospital for 'medical attention' | News | National | Mail ...Mail & Guardian OnlineNelson Mandela Admitted To HospitalSky NewsTelegraph.co.uk -AllAfrica.comall 189 news articles »

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