Two kinds of stylised flames are used to represent Winnie Mandela. The hand holding the torch symbolises the hope and courage she brought to so many people, who regard her as ‘The Mother of the Nation’. Below the hand, there are more flames. This fire stands for the ‘necklacing’ which started around 1975, the terrible execution method that Winnie been associated with in the media.
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