FAZ President and soccer icon Kalusha Bwalya has mourned Nelson
Mandela who died on Thursday night.
South Africa’s first black President Mandela died a the age of 95
after long illness.
Kalusha said Mandela was inspirational.
“Rest in peace Nelson Mandela,” Kalusha wrote on his face book page on
“I was honored to have been graced and inspired by your presence,” he said.
Kalusha added:”Whilst you are gone, your spirit will live in me and
all mankind forever.”
And Zambia Rugby Union president Martin Musunka says:”Nelson Mandela,
the icon of true democracy. Despite going through hard time in the
struggle, he emerged as a forgiving person and moved on with life.”
“Yes, Madiba, was an inspiration who used South Africa’s hosting of
the 1995 Rugby World Cup to project the sport’s character-building
values to unite a nation. He changed the World. Let us mourn the man
whose wisdom, intelligence and sheer presence was a wonder to behold,”