The 5 Ws and H of the Revolutionary Nelson Mandela

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By: Muneera Al Mana
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Who was Nelson Mandela???
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born in
Tranaskei, South Africa in the year 1918. He
joined and became part of the African
National congress in 1944. He was one of the
first people to rebel against the National
Party’s decision about the apartheid policies
in 1948. He then developed a campaign for
anti apartheid, soon he got elected for
president of the ANC in 1991.
What did Mandela do to become a
Revolutionary?
Nelson Mandela was looked at
as a revolutionary because
he rebelled against the
African congress about their
decisions about apartheid
policies. He was a
revolutionary leader because
he had the potential to
motivate and enable people
to fight for their rights
considering strongly the
Democratic process.
When did Nelson Mandela become a
Revolutionary???
He was basically a revolutionary all his life. He
fought against the south African government
to stop apartheid policies. The rebellious
actions first began in 1948 when he fought
against the National Party’s decision about the
apartheid policies. He became a revolutionary
president of the African National Congress
because he was anti apartheid and fought
against the policies the government made.
Where did Nelson Mandela become a
Revolutionary??
Nelson Mandela became a revolutionary in
Soweto Africa. He even fought for the rights of
black people in prison, when the government
sent him there claiming he committed the act
of treason.
Why did Nelson Mandela become a
Revolutionary???
He became a revolutionary
because he fought for the
rights of black people in
Soweto, Africa. He rebelled
against the apartheid
policies that the African
National Congress had set
for the citizens. He also
won a Nobel peace prize
for his actions in 1993
How did Nelson Mandela become a
revolutionary??
It took many years and steps for Nelson Mandela to
become a revolutionary. He first, joined the
African National Congress but then rebelled
against their apartheid policies. He fought for the
rights of black people even when he was a
prisoner for treason. He formed a group to fight
for the rights of non whites in south Africa. He
also became the president of the African National
Congress after the conflict between whites and
non whites has settled
Bibliography
• http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/lau
reates/1993/mandela-bio.html
• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Nelson_mandelawhat_leadership_style_did_nelson_mandela_
had_when_he_was_a_leader

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