Mandela's health showing 'sustained improvement'

By REUTERS
July 22, 2013 15:03

 
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JOHANNESBURG - Former South African President Nelson Mandela is showing "sustained improvement" in hospital although he remains in a critical condition, the government said on Monday.

The government statement said President Jacob Zuma had visited the 95-year-old Mandela in the Pretoria hospital where he has been for the last seven weeks receiving treatment for a recurring lung infection.

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