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In one month, four percent of the total black population in the US will have visited the service.Until recently there was no plaque visible on the three-storey house in Muswell Hill that was once, in effect, the home of a government in exile.In the park nearby, where the children of one of the 20th century's greatest statesmen used to run around, there is a corner temporarily fenced off, in which there is an as yet unseen monument wrapped in blue polythene.His wife, Adelaide, and young children were smuggled out to join him.In his homeland, Tambo is lionised as one half of a duo, the other half being Nelson Mandela, which led their people in freedom.
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When the monument is unveiled, on Wednesday, it will be the centrepiece of a circle of a large circular memorial site, full of South African symbolism, bearing a bust of man whose face any black South African would recognise at once, even if some of the local residents passing by have never heard of him.