South Africa Buries Mandela At Service Attended By 5,000 People Including Clinton, Oprah & Prince Charles

Nelson Mandela has today been buried in the remote village where the anti-apartheid icon grew up after his four-hour state funeral this morning. South Africa's first black President died in his Johannesburg home on December 5, at the age of 95 after a long battle with illness and he was laid to rest in his grave in Qunu in Eastern Cape province. Troops lined the route up to the hillside as Mandela was carried on a gun carriage to the private burial on his family’s estate.