Songs and chants at the gates of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's modest two-storey red-brick home in Orlando continued on Tuesday as people paid their respects to the fallen heroine. They were joined by the leadership of the EFF, who arrived in Soweto to pay their respect to the mother of the nation.
HuffPost journalists were outside the home, and reporting from the scene.
[WATCH] #WinneMandela : Julius Malema speaks to EFF supporters outside the late icon's home. Malema says "Winnie Mandela should have been President of South Africa" @HuffPostSA . pic.twitter.com/WPDc5y7qZe— Canny Maphanga (@CannyMaphanga) April 3, 2018
[WATCH] #WinnieMandela : American tourist Lisa Freeman says that the media will always have a slant to how they portray people, "specifically the portrayal of women of colour" @HuffPostSA pic.twitter.com/8M7LMmt1mb— Canny Maphanga (@CannyMaphanga) April 3, 2018
Known as the "mother of the nation" for her role in fighting apartheid, Madikizela-Mandela died on Monday at the age of 81 at the Netcare Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg.