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Quotes & Sayings About Winnie Mandela

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Winnie Mandela Quotes By Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

The years of imprisonment hardened me ... Perhaps if you have been given a moment to hold back and wait for the next blow, your emotions wouldn't be blunted as they have been in my case. When it happens every day of your life, when that pain becomes a way of life, I no longer have the emotion of fear.there is no longer anything I can fear. There is nothing the government has not done to me. There isn't any pain I haven't known. — Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Together, hand in hand, with our matches and our necklaces, we shall liberate this country. — Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Nelson Mandela

I cannot say for certain if there is such a thing as love at first sight, but I do know that the moment I first glimpsed Winnie Nomzamo, I knew that I wanted to have her as my wife. — Nelson Mandela

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

I am the product of the masses of my country and the product of my enemy. — Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Franklyn Ajaye

Being black and speaking properly are not mutually exclusive. My father was an African, and he spoke beautifully at home. Nelson Mandela speaks beautifully. Should Mandela put his hat on backwards and say, 'Yo, homey, this is Nelson. Yo, Winnie, yo, this is def'? — Franklyn Ajaye

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Nelson Mandela

A new world will be won not by those who stand at a distance with their arms folded, but by those who are in the arena, whose garments are torn by storms and whose bodies are maimed in the course of the contest. From a letter to Winnie Mandela, — Nelson Mandela

Winnie Mandela Quotes By Trevor Noah

Nelson Mandela was in jail when I was really young, and Winnie Mandela was one of the biggest faces of the movement. In South Africa we have a common phrase - it's like a chant in the street and at rallies: "Wathint' abafazi, wathint' imbokodo." Which means, "You strike a woman, you strike a rock." — Trevor Noah