- Ndaba Mandela has released a memoir on lessons from his grandfather
- He is currently on a book tour in the US
- The book is titled Going To The Mountain
Nelson Mandela's grandson, Ndaba Mandela, has released his memoir titled Going To The Mountain.
Briefly.co.za learned that the book is now available across the United States, where Ndaba is currently on a book tour.
In an Instagram post, he explained that he initially titled his memoir Lessons From My Grandfather. However, his publisher changed it to the current title.
Speaking to EWN, Ndaba said the book's aim is to remind young people around the world what Madiba stood for:
Integrity, humanity, discipline and public service — this is Nelson Mandela and I want young people to understand that.
He added that he spent two years writing the book so he could detail as much information as possible, including "personal things."
Mandela would have turned 100 years old this year, and Ndaba's book is being released a few weeks before the anti-apartheid icon's 18 July birthday.
Ndaba has been touring the US to promote his book. On Tuesday, he shared stories from the book with young kids in Brooklyn.
He also appeared on CBS News and spoke about how he met his grandfather for the first time.
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