After 27 years in prison, freedom for Mandela does not guarantee a free, democratic South Africa. Nelson must face betrayals, personal heartbreak, and the loss of his most trusted friend, Oliver Tambo. Simultaneously, he must avert the possibility of civil war, end tribal warfare and stem the most bloody period in South Africa's history. Miraculously, Mandela brokers negotiations for a free and fair election and guides the nation to becoming a unified South Africa.
After more than a decade of incarceration, Nelson manages to win over the young black Consciousness prisoners who are imprisoned on Robben Island with him. Oliver Tambo's campaign to 'Free Mandela' gains momentum, shining an international spotlight on the apartheid.
Imprisoned for life on Robben Island, Nelson keeps up his resistance. Meanwhile the ANC, led by President Oliver Tambo, manages to keep the international spotlight trained on apartheid.
On the run, Nelson lives in hiding from the government. Creating a military wing of the ANC, he leaves the country to train while Oliver Tambo flees to London to begin an international campaign.
Madiba reveals the bold tactics he and his collaborators used to bring attention to their movement, and pays homage to many men and women who made sacrifices toward South Africa's quest for freedom.
Nelson Mandela's journey begins with his dying father's wish that he become royal counsel to the king. But he can't ignore the injustice in South Africa, and he joins the ANC.
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