Those who fought against British colonisers feel ignored by governments which refused to acknowledge their sacrifices.
Tens of thousands braved the rain to attend the memorial in Johannesburg, but many of the speeches felt rehearsed.
Booing greets South African president, and sign language interpreter decried as "fake".
As a nation buries her favourite son, it is now up to the new generation to carry the country forward.
Mandela urged both black and white South Africans to think of themselves as citizens. But are people ready for that?
As the world prepares to say final goodbye to Nelson Mandela, South Africans reflect.
While we celebrate Mandela's life, the world needs fully realise his dream of true racial reconciliation.
The hurt of knowing the country will be left with less than below average leaders is momentarily terrifying
The former South African leader was a natural, loving a sport he saw as an equaliser.
A tense calm hovers in the CAR capital, as armed fighters reportedly regroup outside the city.
Despite all the perils of reporting from this war-torn Central African country, it is a place that gets under the skin.