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Zenani (left) and Zindzi (right) playing a game with string (‘cat’s cradle; perhaps) which was popular with children at the time. Nelson
Mandela’s daughters were not able to visit their father in prison until the age of sixteen. They were later to be sent to school in Swaziland, no doubt a difficult and lonely decision for their mother, but her children had been hounded out of other schools, or harassed by principals, making it impossible for them to be educated in South Africa, c 1966