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Mandela remains 'serious but stable' in hospital

Prays continue to be said for former South African president Nelson Mandela who remains in a "serious but stable" condition after being admitted to hospital four days ago with a lung infection.

President Jacob Zuma has been briefed by doctors about 94-year-old Mr Mandela's condition and was satisfied that they were "doing their best to make Madiba better", said a statement.

This is Mandela's fourth spell in hospital since December.

Former Canon Precentor at St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town Chris Chivers tells Premier's Des Busteed many continue to pray that he can beat the odds again:

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