On Tuesday, a U.S. delegation led by President Obama and including his predecessor, George W. Bush, and former secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, are joining a who's who of world leaders and dignitaries for a memorial service for South African civil rights and political hero Nelson Mandela. The service is in FNB Stadium in the Soweto district of Johannesburg. You can watch the memorial service live above, courtesy of SABC TV.
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