Nelson Mandela was born in South Africa on July 18, 1918. His father was the chief of the local tribe. His mother was a woman of character and nobility.
Later, his father lost fame and fortune overnight for confronting white local officials, ending the family history of hereditary chiefs and then moving to other place to live the life of ordinary blacks.
Mandela‘s father died when he was 12 years old.
His father left his in the care of chief David darlingdapo.Living in the grand palace of the grand chiefs.He learned history of his country and was inspired to save his fellow back.
Mandela was admitted to Clarkbury School in his age of 16.Three years later, he went to Hilden School, South Africa's largest school. In 1938, he became a student at the University of Herburg. The University of Herburg is the only higher education centre in South Africa and the academic shrine for black scholars across Africa.
When he was in college, Mandela was deeply influenced by nationalism. At school, he was an active activist of nationalism movement.Mandela was soon expelled from school for disobeying the principal's will.