FILE - In this photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, reserve bank governor Gill Marcus displays bank notes bearing the image of former president Nelson Mandela, in Pretoria, South Africa. Across South Africa Mandela's face is a familiar sight, beaming from T-shirts, drink coasters and new bank notes. But the sense of possibility that he embodied as a former prisoner of apartheid who became the country's frist black president is fading as a gulf between rich and poor widens and the gorvenrment has been tainted by corruption scandals.(AP Photo/Denis Farrell-file)

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FILE -  In this photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, reserve bank governor Gill Marcus  displays bank notes bearing the image of former president Nelson Mandela, in Pretoria, South Africa. Across South Africa Mandela's face is a familiar sight, beaming from T-shirts, drink coasters  and new bank notes. But the sense of possibility that he embodied as a former prisoner of apartheid who became the country's frist black president is fading as a gulf between rich and poor widens and the gorvenrment has been tainted by corruption scandals.(AP Photo/Denis Farrell-file)
FILE - In this photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, reserve bank governor Gill Marcus displays bank notes bearing the image of former president Nelson Mandela, in Pretoria, South Africa. Across South Africa Mandela's face is a familiar sight, beaming from T-shirts, drink coasters and new bank notes. But the sense of possibility that he embodied as a former prisoner of apartheid who became the country's frist black president is fading as a gulf between rich and poor widens and the gorvenrment has been tainted by corruption scandals.(AP Photo/Denis Farrell-file)
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