Mandela's things are being auctioned off by the girl, not by the government.

Mandela's things are being auctioned off by the girl, not by the government.

Mandela's things are being auctioned off by the girl, not by the government.

Undisputed Anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela's 70  particular  particulars are being auctioned in the US by his son Makaziwe. But the South African government is trying to stop this controversial transaction. Mandela's particular things up for transaction include a brace of hearing aids, identity cards, gifts from world leaders and some of his apparel. Mandela's apparel includes his  notorious shirt. Mandela wore this shirt called' Madiba shirt' on special occasions. In 1998 and 2003, he also wore this dress when he met the Queen of Britain.   On the evening of December 5, 2013, South African Anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, a symbol of peace, conciliation and conciliation, passed away in Johannesburg. South African government says Mandela's things are government property to block transaction of his son Makaziu. According to the laws of the country,  effects that are part of the public heritage cannot be taken out of the country.  The South African Heritage coffers Agency (SAHRA), the body responsible for securing South Africa's heritage and culture, said it had appealed to the government to block Makaziu's transaction. It has been supported by the Ministry of Sports, trades and Heritage of the country. The minister of this ministry GG Kodoya said that they've filed a case to cover the rich heritage of the country. He also said it was important to help Mandela's things from being vended at transaction; Because it's part of the South African tradition. It's important to save his  heritage so that  unborn generations of the country can  witness his life.  before in 2021, the government opposed the  trade of Mandela's particular things at transaction. As a result, the 2022 transaction got stuck. The case has been going on for two times. Last month Makaziwe was granted authorization to vend these particulars by the High Court in Pretoria. But the country's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has appealed against the verdict. Now that the government has appealed to the court, it isn't clear whether the transaction that started on January 22 will be held or not. Meanwhile, the New York transaction house has completed medications for the Guernsey transaction. 

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