People continue to visit Madiba's home
People of all ages & backgrounds are posing for photos at the place Mandela spent his final moments.
JOHANNESBURG - Scores of people continue to visit Nelson Mandela's Houghton home to pay tribute to the late statesman.
Madiba passed away at the age of 95 on 5 December.
People of all backgrounds and ages are posing for pictures at the place where Mandela spent his final moments.
Visitors also placed flowers outside the house.
Mandela was buried in Qunu in the Eastern Cape on Sunday.
A large section of Fourth Street has been turned into a flea market with memorabilia on sale.
An artist, who made little sculptures of Mandela, says he is inspired by the global icon and wants people to always remember him.
"We made the sculpture of Madiba. As we all know, he's a hero of the entire African continent and the world."
Sculptures of Oliver Tambo, Thabo Mbeki and President Jacob Zuma are also on display.
The hundreds of flowers placed at the corner of Madiba's house are starting to wilt, but this has not stopped people from placing fresh bouquets down.
The large trees on Mandela's garden are also covered with posters, condolence messages, balloons and pictures.