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Ch.20: Lindiwe’s Disclosure (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

After a night of love-making, Lindiwe reveals more about her trip to the future and informs Pieter that Nelson Mandela will be SA’s first democratically elected President in 1994. She also mentions that the black homelands including Transkei, Ciskei and Zululand, will be incorporated into the New South Africa. Further, she announces with pride that the Springboks will win the 1995 Rugby World Cup final against New Zealand in Johannesburg. On the down side, SACP Secretary-General Chris Hani gets assassinated in April 1993, and his death plunges the country to the brink of civil war. There is the land issue, as in who are the real owners of the land and the minerals that it possesses.

Ch.27: Dead or Alive (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

On Robben Island, prison boss Vorster is a confused man. He is made aware that Mandela is back in his prison cell. Vorster goes to the prison cell and tries to speak to the man to find out if the individual really is Mandela. The man does not respond. If Vorster had his way, he would have sent the man straight to the lime quarry for some heavy work and treatment from the wardens. Vorster did not like the blacks, let alone blacks who did not respond to his questioning. The prison boss asks the man in the prison cell if he knows how many people from the left and right wing want to kill him. The prisoner does not respond. Vorster is adamant that a new South African under an ANC government will never happen, or at least not while he is still on the island. He longs for retirement. Then this whole saga can become someone else’s problem.

Ch.19: A Night in Mbabane (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Pieter and Lindiwe left Albertina’s home and it was here that the Lieutenant provided an element of surprise, by driving towards Mbabane, Swaziland. His feelings for Lindiwe had grown and hers towards him were the same. With Swaziland not having Apartheid, he could freely spend a night with her in the city’s capital. Although he did have to change hotels when he saw the room price. He on a lowly Lieutenant’s salary. This led to Pieter becoming even more sure in his mind that he should not eliminate Mandela. However, if all that Lindiwe had seen was correct, someone else was on a mission to do the evil act and needed to be stopped. Pieter Erasmus was changing from potential villain to potential hero.

Ch.37: Blocked and Frustrated (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Once out of the trance, Lindiwe tells Pieter Erasmus about what she had seen in her visit to 1973. Pieter doesn’t know who this ‘Zuma’ is, but is disappointed that Lindiwe never got to see Mandela. Meanwhile, a warden reports to Vorster over the fact of having seen Pieter and Lindiwe on the island. Vorster issues a security alert with wardens on the march to find Pieter and the girl. The urgency among the wardens was as if a prisoner had escaped. Pieter and Lindiwe make a run for the nearest corridor to find some form of safety. The wardens are struggling to find the pair and the jetty and ferry are double-checked. Panic is setting in as Pieter and Lindiwe are nowhere to be found. Nobody wants to tell that to Vorster.

Ch.13: Getting inside the head of Mugabe (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Pearce sits in the midday sun near the waters and drifts off into dreamland. If he can’t get to Mandela, he needs to go for Plan B – Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe. He finds himself in Harare, befriending Bishop Reginald Banda, who has links to Mugabe’s ZANU party. Pearce’s aim is to get Mugabe to form a peaceful resolution and government of unity with his main opponent, Joshua Nkomo of the ZAPU. Nkomo holds the hopes of the Ndebele people, and Mugabe despises them, with his troops killing many. Initially, Mugabe is reluctant to meet with his arch-enemy, Nkomo, of ZAPU, and is anti dealing with the western world. Pearce manages to talk sense into the President and a way forward is found. Mugabe agrees to talks with ZAPU with Pearce acting as facilitator.

Ch.40: When Karma Comes to Town (The Mandela Effect V.2, Daughter and Wife) e.1

Ace Mabuza, who lived four houses away from where South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani was assassinated in Boksburg in 1993, is driven home by Vincent Khoza. As Ace exits the car and heads to his front door, he is gunned down by an assassin.
Vincent tries to make a run for it, but a bullet lodges in his skull killing him instantly.
Panel member Lerato Tshabalala had voted against Pieter at the commission. He went to sleep that night and never woke up the next morning.
Nikiwe Moeng, a hot model lookalike, who was also a member of the panel that voted against Pieter, gets the news that her thirteen-year-old son, Thato, has been killed by a reckless driver.
Police Commissioner Lawrence Mathibe had four wives. Little did he know that all four wives would perish on the same day from HIV-Aids symptoms.
The only white person on the panel, David Wilkinson, a lawyer, was caught manoeuvring funds in his law firm and lost his job.
Amos Marewa and Julius Shongwe were the two honest men on the panel and had supported Pieter’s cause. They lived out peaceful lives.
In the spirit, Nelson Mandela sheds a tear as he sees the Rainbow Nation battle Xenophobia, cash-in-transit heists, corruption and much more. He decides to do something about it from where he is.

Ch.05: Pieter plans his future (The Mandela Effect V.2, Daughter and Wife) e.1

With Lindiwe Jnr blown into the spirit at the gas explosion, Lindiwe Snr, wakes up in hospital and is totally out of touch with the New South Africa. The last thing she remembered was being pregnant with Lindiwe Jnr in 1991 and now she is in 2010. She does not know what MNET is, nor does she know what a mobile phone is. Of even greater importance, she does not know that Nelson Mandela had been released from prison. Her last memory was that F.W. de Klerk was President of the Apartheid regime controlling South Africa. She also knows little about Jacob Zuma, the current President of South Africa, after the ANC ruling party recalled Thabo Mbeki.
Meanwhile, Pieter had become hysterical now that he had lost Lindiwe Jnr, and earlier, Lindiwe Snr, who died giving birth to their daughter.

Ch.09: Reality kicks in (The Mandela Effect V.2, Daughter and Wife) e.1

Nelson Mandela was on a mission to make sure that South Africa would not go off the rails and become an economic problem like Zimbabwe, who were led by law-unto-himself Robert Mugabe. Mandela, like many believed that the South African constitution was strong enough to avoid such a disaster. Mandela was quite used to challenging stubborn state leaders as was his experience with P.W. Botha, F.W de Klerk and now Mugabe. Mandela had made peace to be guided by the woman’s voice in his head. It made sense all of the time.
He was on a mission to move forward with those who wanted the New South Africa to succeed and had no time for those, be it left or right wing, who wanted to stop the fledgling democracy from happening.

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