Nelson Mandela has received a final tribute from the world yesterday in a ceremony that took place in South Africa.
Barack Obama François Hollande through David Cameron and Raul Castro, the leaders came in large numbers to pay homage to that everyone nicknamed Madiba.
If the ceremony was placed under the sign of the emotion, she was also marked by a number of hiccups.
Barack Obama: Was it really the time to take a selfie ?
This is THE photo that everyone is talking about today.
While attending the funeral of Nelson Mandela, U.S. President Barack Obama has found nothing better than taking a selfie funeral along with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning -Schmidt.
Under the glare of his wife, Michelle Obama, the U.S. president seemed to enjoy as a child.
Speeches translated into sign language for the deaf greater misunderstanding.
So that everyone can enjoy the speeches in honor of Nelson Mandela, a sign language interpreter was dispatched on site to ensure the translation.
Nothing exceptional about it except that the association of deaf South African said strictly have not understood the gestures made by the interpreter.
” He moved his hands in all directions but it had no meaning,” said Bruno Druchen, the national director of the South African Federation of dumb to Skynews.
The next time, it is better to get a job interview and a test performers.
Desmond Tutu ‘s home burglarized during the tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Unfortunately for him, at the same time, his home located in Cape Town was robbed.
Sarkozy Holland : In the same place but not in the same plane.
And for good reason ! If all the other leaders have generously shared their private jets or paid their money their tickets, Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy have meanwhile made Falcon apart.
But according to the State, it was cheaper than using the presidential plane that was then in China with Jean- Marc Ayrault.
Ironically, Nicolas Sarkozy arrived before François Hollande on the tarmac at the airport.
To all these burrs, do not forget to add the South African events to replace the current president and the rain.
Nelson Mandela will be buried on December 15.
Hope this ceremony will be placed under the sign of serenity Would that out of respect for his memory.