Former South African president Nelson Mandela has been admitted to hospital for tests.
The government says there is “no cause for alarm” about the 94-year-old’s health.
The anti-apartheid leader is known to be frail and suffers from memory loss.
He was hospitalised in February due to a stomach complaint.
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