Former South African president Nelson Mandela’s health has continued to improve, the government said on Sunday, as he remained in hospital for a fourth day where he is receiving treatment for pneumonia.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela has made steady progress and is able to breathe without difficulty after spending a third night in hospital for treatment of a recurrent case of pneumonia, the president’s office said on Saturday.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela is responding well to treatment after being admitted to hospital for a recurrent lung infection, the government said Thursday. Mandela was treated for a lung infection and gallstones in December.
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