Mandela's will leaves nothing for Winnie
Nelson Mandela left money in his will to children and grandchildren, staff and the African National Congress (ANC) but gave nothing to his ex-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, it emerged on Monday.
The most conspicuous omission from the will, which craves up an estimated £2.52m, was Winnie, his wife of 38 years during the struggle against racial apartheid.
It also emerged that the former president's daughters, each given $300,000 (£184,000) by him during his lifetime, get no further money now. But Machel's children and six stepchildren, as well as nine of his staff, all share in his inheritance.