-- By Tom Phillips
, he was a slim,
white-haired man in a suit and tie, moving calmly through the crowds, with the
bearing and manner of a king. I was
there with CBS News, and this is what I saw. Soweto
In 1990, when the South African government released Nelson Mandela from prison, the whole country was eager to see the man who had led the African National Congress and the anti-apartheid movement from behind bars for nearly 28 years. But no one knew what he looked like. Black South Africans wore T-shirts with a picture of Mandela when he was a young boxing champion, with a full face and cannonball shoulders.