SHOTLIST:

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Pretoria, South Africa - July 5, 2013

1. Medium of well-wishers outside hospital

2. Close-up of woman singing

3. Medium of crowd

4. Close up of hospital sign

5. Wide of crowd

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Qunu - 18 July 2012

6. Close of Mandela

7. Mandela holding glass

8. Wide interior of house with former South African President Nelson Mandela sitting at head of the dining room table, with current wife Graca Machel (light blue shirt) seated on his right

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Johannesburg, South Africa - July 5, 2013

9. Wide of newspapers

10. Close up of newspaper

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Pretoria, South Africa - 1 July 2013

11. STILL of Denis Goldberg, friend of Mandela, outside Mediclinc Heart Hospital

PHONE INTERVIEW, COURTESY: SKY NEWS

Cape Town - 5 July 2013

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Denis Goldberg, friend of former South African President Nelson Mandela:

"He was dozing, he opened his eyes, he looked at me, turned his head to me and I chatted on for some time, maybe five, six, seven, eight minutes and he seemed to be responding to what I have been saying by his jaw movements, by his facial movements, and so on."

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Johannesburg, South Africa - July 5, 2013

13. Wide outside Mandela residence

14. Close up of flowers

15. Close up of message

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Siboniso Ndaba, Soweto resident:

"For me, being here, it's like, I'm with him somehow."

17. Various outside residence

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

natsnd - singing

SOUTH AFRICANS PAYING TRIBUTE TO NELSON MANDELA...

THIS CROWD... GATHERING OUTSIDE THE PRETORIA MEDICAL CENTER WHERE THE FORMER PRESIDENT HAS NOW BEEN HOSPITALIZED FOR 28 DAYS.

COURT PAPERS FILED A WEEK AGO DESCRIBED MANDELA AS BEING IN A "PERMANENT VEGETATIVE STATE."

BUT THE SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT IS DENYING THOSE REPORTS, AND MORE RECENT LEGAL DOCUMENTS HAVE DROPPED THE PHRASE.

A CLOSE FRIEND OF MANDELA'S SPOKE WITH BRITAIN'S SKY NEWS ABOUT HIS VISIT WITH THE FORMER LEADER ON MONDAY.

Voice of Denis Goldberg: "He was dozing, he opened his eyes, he looked at me, turned his head to me and I chatted on for some time, maybe five, six, seven, eight minutes and he seemed to be responding to what I have been saying by his jaw movements, by his facial movements, and so on."

WELL-WISHERS ARE ALSO SHOWING THEIR SYMPATHY AT MANDELA'S HOME, LEAVING FLOWERS AND OTHER MOMENTOS TO HONOR THE ANTI-APARTHEID LEADER.

Siboniso Ndaba, Soweto resident: "For me, being here, it's like, I'm with him somehow, you know."

MANDELA IS 94 YEARS OLD. HE REMAINS IN CRITICAL BUT STABLE CONDITION.

RITA FOLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

 

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